New Google Earth 5.0

Continuing the trend of research online, Google has launched a new service that allows Internet users to explore the depths of the oceans in the comfort of their homes.

Users can dip below a dynamic to explore the surface of the Sea 3D terrain.

The map also includes 20 layers of content, which contains information from the world of scientists, researchers and oceans explorers.With ocean in Google Earth, you can:
Diving below the surface and go beyond the ocean, the Mariana Trench
Explore the sea with the best sailors, including experts from National Geographic and the BBC
More information about the observations of the oceans, climate change and endangered species
Discover new places including surfing, diving, and travel hot spots and wrecks

Beyond the ocean, Google has also introduced new features will improve the way people interact with Google Earth and use it to communicate with the world.
Historical Images: Until now, Google Earth displays the image of a particular place at a given time. With this new feature, you can come and go in time to show the pictures of years, even decades, showing changes over time. Try flying south of San Francisco on Google Earth and running on the new time slider (click the "clock" icon on the toolbar) to assist in the transformation of Silicon Valley from a farming community in the technology capital of the world during the last 50 years.

Tourism: A key challenge facing us in the development of Google Earth, it became easier for people to tell stories. People have created layers wonderful to share with the world, but often a way of guiding others through them. The functionality of tourism, it is easy to create an easily shareable, storytelling, fly-only tour by clicking the record button and navigate through its tourist sites.

3D Mars: This is the last stop on our tour of galaxies, made possible by a collaboration with NASA. By clicking on "Mars" in the toolbar, Google Earth, you can access a 3D map of the Red Planet, with the latest high-resolution images, 3D terrain, and notes indicating the landing sites and many Other features
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