Get the detailed map of Australia showing the important areas, roads, railroads, airports, places of interest, major cities, rivers, mountain peaks, lakes, landmarks, etc. World Map Political Map of the World
Europe on a World Wall Map: Europe is one of 7 continents illustrated on our Blue Ocean Laminated Map of the World. This map shows a combination of political and physical features. It includes country boundaries, major cities, major mountains in shaded relief, ocean depth in blue color gradient, along with many other features.
Political Map of the World Shown above The map above is a political map of the world centered on Europe and Africa. It shows the location of most of the world's countries and includes their names where space allows. Representing a round earth on a flat map requires some distortion of the geographic features no matter how the map is done.
Searchable Map and Satellite View of Port Moresby using Google Earth Data Satellite view is showing Port Moresby, since 1975 the national capital of Papua New Guinea. Papua's largest city is located on the southeastern coast of the island of New Guinea at the Gulf of Papua (Coral Sea). Port Moresby has a population of about 350,000 inhabitants.
Detailed street map and route planner provided by Google. Find local businesses and nearby restaurants, see local traffic and road conditions. Use this map type to plan a road trip and to get driving directions in South Australia. Switch to a Google Earth view for the detailed virtual globe and 3D buildings in many major cities worldwide.
Compiled from satellite-derived data from the GPM core satellite and others, GSMaP provides hourly global precipitation information within 60 degrees of the equator. It is difficult for one satellite to cover the whole surface at once, therefore this data is built up with contributions from several satellites with similar sensors.
The poles of the dipole are located close to Earth's geographic poles. At the equator of the magnetic field, the magnetic-field strength at the surface is 3.05 × 10 −5 T, with a magnetic dipole moment of 7.79 × 10 22 Am 2 at epoch 2000, decreasing nearly 6% per century.