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Google has added another feature to its ever-expanding line of services. This one, called Google Mars, is similar to Google Local except that it displays the surface of Mars instead. Instead of having a streets, satellite and hygrid view as in Google Local, Google Mars offers a coloured shaded elevation view, a black and white visible satellite view and a partially coloured infrared satellite view. There is even a search box to enter in not addresses but named physical locations. The standard location icons appear along with a link to another site with more information on that feature. For more information on Google Mars, check out Google’s faqs.

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