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Google released its latest mapping incarnation last week with Google Earth. For those of you already familiar with Google Maps, Google Earth will come as now surprise. It is essentially a rotatable, zoomable and tiltable globe of the earth composed of satellite images, similar to World Wind, reviewed earlier in this blog. Compared to World Wind, however, the controls are easier to use and more intuitive. The basic version of Google Earth is free to download.

To the left is an image of St. John’s, Newfoundland using Google Earth.

For more information on Google Earth, check out some other reviews:

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