Google has released a new version of Google Earth. In addition to the official government offers simplified by the support from the Chinese, the search engine giant has added two new cool tech features, one is Google Ocean, and the other is Google Mars.
Google had previously developed Google Earth as a virtual globe trotting software, using which any user can view the entire globe with the help of satellite photos, aerial photography and GIS arranged in a three-dimensional model of the Earth. All computer users can access the network once they have installed Google Earth in their local client machine. Once they go online the can visit any corner of the world with the help of satellite or aerial map. In 2005, after the first release of Google Earth, they generated many fans for its product. Also for its development of the corresponding navigation software for GPS positioning network users, Google received numerous applicants.
So now Google Earth has added a new feature known as Google Sky. This will enable users sitting at home to simply log on to their computers and watch the entire universe with a telescope and witness a magnificent nebula.
Today, the Search Engine Giant has also introduced two new features in National Geographic segment, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, along with NASA’s support.
Google Mars will feature all kinds of Mars information that are incorporated in NASA’s systems. Starting from the surface of Mars to its landscape orientation. The high-definition picture quality also makes navigation real smooth and exciting.
All these data are stored on the other side – Google’s massive data centers are working round the clock to feed users with whatever they need. According to Mr. Kai-fu Lee, the Earth product needs at least 500,000 TB of massive hard disk space to store the surface image of Mars. He reports the Search Engine Giant now has even provided a historical image of the function, that can be compared with the same area with the help of aerial mapping.
This can be another great cloud computing project that has huge practical application not only to facilitate the majority of fans, but in a way returned to the researchers and research groups. Their research projects now have more convenience. Thanks to Google!