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There are so many cool things about Google Earth

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Soy Guapo

on 8 November 2013

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Transcript of There are so many cool things about Google Earth

There are so many cool things about Google Earth!
There are flight simulators
Sunlight adjusters
Even historical imagery
But one of the coolest and least known features on Google Earth is the ability to view the
and Sky
This is how you do it
First you go to the Google Earth homepage
Then you click on the Add Planet button
From there you select the view you want to go to
You can choose the
or Moon
Once you select the view you want, you will notice that each view has its own, unique features
On the moon you can
View the Apollo missions
and go on Guided tours
See photos of the Moon
On the Sky you can
Look at events occurring through the Hubble telescope
View the Sun, Earth, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune,and Pluto
View the main constellations in our Solar system
Shows images taken from the Hubble, Spitzer, GALEX, Chandra, WMAP, IRAS
Learn about stars, planets, constellations
View maps of the stars and constellations
Lastly, when you zoom all the way out you can see the constellations
On Mars you can
View historic video and live feed of Mars
There is also an application called Meliza, which you can select on Mars' surface. Meliza features a chat between you and an automatic robot speaker
View images of Mars
Thanks For Watching!
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