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Google Earth gets a fancy new look thanks to NASA satellite data

Google is mining photos from a satellite launched in 2013 to create a better, cloud-free image of Earth from above. The newest mosaic is an updated version of one produced in 2013. The new version was pieced together mostly using data from the Landsat 8 satellite, launched by NASA, which snaps “twice as many images as Landsat 7 does every day,” according to Google. SEE ALSO: The Future of Google Maps: You’ll Never Be Lost Again…

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Google Earth gets a fancy new look thanks to NASA satellite data

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