New in Google Earth, accelerated mode (interval), Which has collected 24 million satellite images over the past 37 years – according to Google, this is the most important update since 2017 to be incorporated into its product.
It’s called Timelapse, and it now lets you see the planet in a new dimension with Google Earth: time. All in 3D.
Over the past decades, photographs of five satellites have been compiled, mostly by Landsat, an Earth observation program that NASA launched in the 1970s. Later in 2015, the images came from the Sentinel-2 mission run by the European Union’s Copernicus program and the European Space Agency.
Google offers five illustrative sites that you just have to see and admire by writing g.co/ timelapse In the address bar of his favorite browser. Click on the ship’s wheel to find Timelapse, where Google offers an interactive how-to view.
In the top left, below the image, the Discover Places link (Premium sites) Takes you to about 200 sites based on their interests.
These time-lapse images of the planet’s surface are very exciting for anyone who enjoys admiring the beauty of the planetary ecosystem, but also the effects of human activities on rainforests and glaciers.
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