Google Earth’s new feature of Time Lapse has shocked everyone
Google Earth’s new feature of Time Lapse has shocked everyone around the globe after its new update. With the help of a time-lapse feature, users can now see how places around the earth have changed over the last 30 years. The Time Lapse feature of Google Earth can let you see places from the past 30 years. After the update, Google releases a new video featuring the new features of Google Earth. The video shows the time-lapse of photos that were taken between 1984 and 2020.
If you want to explore Time lapse in Google Earth, then follow the below steps:
Go to g.co>Timelapse> search bar to select any place on the planet where you want to see time in motion.
The new feature of Google Earth allows you to check the progress and destruction of any place on the planet over the last three decades i.e 30 years. Additionally, the Time-Lapse feature also shows the effects of climate change over the past 37 years. The users can see the places at any time or anywhere around the globe by just clicking two or three buttons.
Interestingly, you no longer need a time machine to travel back to over 30 years!!!!
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Moreover, the new project of Google Earth comprises more than 24 million satellite photos from the past 37 years. Interestingly, the satellites took more than 2 million processing hours across thousands of machines in the Google Cloud. All these pieces of information were released by Rebecca Moore, the director of Google Earth, Earth Engine & Outreach. Rebecca Moore further said that the feature will be updated annually with new Timelapse imagery. The company announced that most of the images used in Google Earth’s Time Lapse are from Landsat. Landsat is a collaboration of USGS and NASA Earth observation program that has been watching Earth since 1970.