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  1. Icy Greenland. Both Google Earth and Google Maps show “open ocean” north of Greenland, even though it’s normally pretty icy up there. A commonly cited reason is that the Arctic ice cap is floating on open ocean; there’s no land underneath that reaches sea level. Antarctica, on the other hand, does conceal land above sea level.

  2. Dec 23, 2011 · Google Maps continuously works to bring you real-life 3D representations of your favorite cities from around the world. Google Maps in 3D combines a functional map with stunning visuals. You can tour an increasing number of cities in 3D and experience the streets and sights right from your computer or Android device.

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  4. Aug 27, 2012 · MyHistro is a tool for creating interactive Google Maps time-lines. Using myHistro it is possible to create a mapped time-line of any subject. A time-line can be of pictures and places you visited on your last vacation, the life of Marilyn Monroe an account of battles in the American Civil War or anything else that you want to map. Completed ...

  5. Mar 15, 2021 · Answer (1 of 3): GOOGLE EARTH: World's most detailed globe Find your favorite place See hundreds of cities' 3D buildings and their terrains, along with a collection of photos from around the world taken from satellite.

  6. Jul 01, 2015 · First, the headline I read refers to Google Earth. If it said Maps a year ago, that might explain the outrageous claim that Antarctica is missing. It’s not, and never has been. I’m looking at it right now. I’ve been using GE to explore the globe since at least 2006 and have ‘visited’ the south pole many times.

  7. Google and Landsat delivered, creating a visual survey made up of 53,000 images, representing 18 terabytes of data that required 15,000 hours of computer time to complete. The process was actually quite quick: Google put a thousand computers to work simultaneously, so the job was completed in a single, rather long workday.