Google Earth Indicate Species Habitat

Posted by Sasha Kirey On 8:14 AM
Google Earth released a picture gallery of the best of the earth changes through the GeoEye-1 satellite. This satellite is capable of capturing details as small trash can down the planet making it to 17 thousand miles per hour. Satellite imagery has presented a scene that showcased the majesty of our planet.

GeoEye provides imagery exclusively to Google Earth and Google Maps applications. This satellite capture around 270 thousand square miles of the earth's surface through the day - the equivalent of geographic data area size of Texas, the United States.

The four photos released to celebrate Earth Day shows endangered habitats around the world. In the past year, GeoEye has collected more than 98 million square miles of photo. The latest satellite GeoEye 1 is capable of capturing 425 barrels of beer from miles above the height of the air. GeoEye 1, launched on a Delta 2 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, the United States in 2008 is the latest addition to the satellite in the commercial satellite sector continues to grow and more and more dominant. Some of the galleries displaying the beauty of the ice near the island of Adelaide; Towra Point Nature Reserve on the southern edge of Botany Bay at Kurnell, in southern Sydney, New South Wales, Australia; Space Shuttle Endeavour on Launch Pad 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center, Florida; marker in land in Xinjiang, China; the Naples Italy: the Vatican's Holy City, and Sendai Japan.