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23 de Marzo 2006

New Data Update in Google Earth!

[EDITED: 30-Mar 2006 at 07:00 EST] It's now official! Google released new satellite/aerial photo data for Google Earth on 23-Mar-2006. Here's a summary of the updates found so far:

30-Mar - More data was updated than previously thought Thanks to the efforts of 'Cyclonic' at the Google Earth Community, who is maintaining the database of all planes found in flight, numerous other locations updated in the 23-Mar update have been found. Places where planes were previously found were missing, which indicated the change in data. Most of the changes were small alterations to areas already in high-resolution, some cities are new though. Here's the list from 'Cyclonic's post:

  • Tempe, AZ
  • Phoenix, AZ
  • Sedona, AZ
  • Watsonville, CA
  • Byron, CA
  • Venice, FL
  • St Cloud, FL
  • E of Pittsburgh, PA
  • S of Boulder City, CO
  • Indianapolis, IN
  • Montreal, CAN
  • Toronto, CAN
  • Gifu Airport, Japan
  • Mountain Home AFB, ID
  • Philadelphia, PA
  • S of Hyderabad, India
  • Damascus, Syria
  • Bangkok, Thailand
  • Oson, SKorea
  • Incheon, SKorea
  • Many African Capitals

Here's list of known updates shortly after the announcement:


  • This new data is not in Google Local/Maps yet. - But, Google says it will be later.
  • The basemap for the whole Earth has been changed to another source called TrueEarth. This new data looks better than the old one. Look at all the continents more closely. The colors are much more vibrant and green. (Read one of the comments below which explains more about the TrueEarth data)
  • Most of Germany is now in high resolution
  • Some minor fixes to old data
  • It also appears many Tropical Islands are in higher resolution than before, this includes French Polynesia, some in the Caribbean and the Azores.
  • Even many of the Atolls in the Pacific Islands around French Polynesia are much sharper.
  • The beautiful shallow turquoise waters around the Bahamas have been put back
  • More of the islands in the Caribbean are in higher resolution (previously just fuzzy blotches) - e.g. some of the Grenadines.
  • New high resolution photos for parts of the Maldives Island group. I found this cool seaplane flying there. Here's a blog entry about the new Maldives photos.
  • I'm getting reports of other random changes. For example the photo in Taiwan of the Taipei 101 tower shows it under construction now, whereas before it was finished (so an older photo now). Check out the 3D model of Taipei Tower if you want to really see it finished.

Here's the official announcement from Google (which doesn't include all the details above).

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Enviado por FrankTaylor at 23 de Marzo 2006 a las 10:47 PM

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  • Comentarios

    AND STILL NO NEW ZEALAND UPDATES!!! Grrr

    Enviado por: Rob at 23 de Marzo 2006 a las 11:42 PM

    We want Denmark updated as well :)
    How hard can it be, they only have to add a few hundred km north of the border of Germany...

    Enviado por: Jonas �radsson at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 06:00 AM

    VERY Nice!
    The TruEarth basemap is much better than the old one, both in resolution and color.

    But I'll never be entirely happy until they give us a stereo viewing option!

    Enviado por: IckyChris at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 06:34 AM

    The map of my hometown is quite old, perhaps 2003.

    Enviado por: Peter at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 07:07 AM

    The Azores have now a much higher resolution too.

    Enviado por: Volker at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 07:33 AM

    Thx google - any update in resolution is always appreciated. I wish you would update all of EU into high-resolution - there are plenty of absolutely miserable resolution patches. I guess Germany got updated because of the World Cup in Soccer, but please don't forget that EU is 25 countries, not only the selected few. You have plenty of users from all of EU.

    Enviado por: Jaro at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 07:49 AM

    No update of Togo

    Enviado por: ad at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 07:54 AM

    Hmm. And it looks like they have reduced the coverage of other areas, for example Johannesburg, South Africa now only has the "wireframe" map, when previously we could at least get to about a 500m resolution.

    Enviado por: Rogan at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 07:56 AM

    Actually TruEarth is a just a modified version of what Google Earth already had. They are wrong in saying that it isn't Landsat. It is 15 meter Pan-Sharpened LandSat data, same the NaturualVue product that they already had. All that TruEarth did was apply a blue strech to the NaturalVue Imagery. In many ways it is worse. Look at South America, you can see that they processed each tile individually. Thus creating massive tile lines that wasn't in NaturalVue product(which used to be the background).

    Enviado por: Ed at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 08:19 AM

    map of london uk in my area (sw) shows my old car parked in the driveway that i sold in 2001, 5 year old map for capital of uk ?

    still, an amazing program tho and i hope u will offer GPS support to the masses maybe some api's so we can ruin tomtom ?

    ta.

    Enviado por: Matt at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 08:44 AM

    There still seem to be some alighnment issues
    in Blackburn (UK) and a place called Mill Hill
    the streets dont line up with the aerial photography.

    How do I re-set my copy of GE to get the new imagery ?

    Cheers

    Wayne

    Enviado por: Wayne Walton at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 08:53 AM

    If you read the announcement, they have only fixed a small number of the alignment problems. All you need to do to get the new imagery is close and re-open Google Earth. I also recommend clearing your cache in the "Tools->Options".

    Enviado por: Frank Taylor at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 09:03 AM

    Jamaica still very old pics and res no improved

    Enviado por: Happyperson at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 09:08 AM

    Same here, the map of mine dates back to 2002 I think.. Bleah.

    Enviado por: [GEEKS ARE SEXY] Tech. News at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 09:28 AM

    Please include the southwestern part of Oahu (former NAS Barber's Point, Hawaii) in hi res. I want to see my old home.

    Enviado por: Gerry at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 09:28 AM

    It would be nice to have south america and africa as well, at least the capital cities. I'm amazed at how poorly tagged these countries are

    Enviado por: Nick at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 09:40 AM

    its important that you update Rickmansworth, United Kingdom area. Yes, it is surely important.

    Enviado por: Posted by: Posted by: Posted By: at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 09:44 AM

    Where is Lebanon update...been waiting...still waiting. PLEASE Google Earth!

    Enviado por: zingo75 at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 10:25 AM

    Google Earth is rising in popularity with the speed of Apple's IPOD. I just hope that it doesn't become a sell out as well.

    Enviado por: iTech at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 10:57 AM

    Salem Oregon still looks like a blob, but the local airport now has a nice outline

    Enviado por: Nathan at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 10:58 AM

    Why are not highly populated parts of the US not in high res yet? If this is a "free Country" (yeah right). IE: Westport, CT. Also, it looks like things have been erased! Chatham Massachusetts, the lighhouse at the coast guard station is missing from the high res - closest picture! Is this for national security? I dont trust this service from Google when things go missing! This is just wrong! Be afraid!

    Enviado por: Chris at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 11:13 AM

    Google doesn't take all these pictures of places. All you EU people and everyone else need to realize that. If your nation doesn't have imagery in Google Earth it's because your nation didn't pay for it. There are some major towns in the United States without imagery because the town, burrough, or county didn't pay for images to be taken.

    Google doesn't make the data - they just collect it. If you don't have sattelite images of your hometown - write your government officials.

    Enviado por: john s. at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 11:15 AM

    When it was still Keyhole, I could see the cars in my driveway.
    I can't even see a blob resembling my house anymore.
    MSN's virtual earth may have my area in black and white, but at least I can actually SEE my house.

    Enviado por: Sean at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 11:20 AM

    I believe it will automatically download the new photographs. At least that is what has happened for me.

    Enviado por: Dan at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 11:24 AM

    The previous map showed Taipei 101 completed, the new map shows it only under construction..

    Enviado por: Bypasser at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 11:50 AM

    Brazil, there is a lot of places with low resolution, there should be more!!!! this year is the world cup year!!!

    Enviado por: flavio at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 12:07 PM

    Kathmandu's image is still fuzzy. Please Google Earth, make it better. Kathmandu has so many good temples that would be good to see from the sky. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE. Thank you.

    Google Earth ROCKS!

    Enviado por: salik at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 12:09 PM

    I realize that Wichita, KS isn't too high on too many lists. However, it is in the top 50 us cities. It is also the largest city in the state of Kansas. I can't think of a good reason for google to still have half of the city is super low res format.

    http://maps.google.com/maps?q=Wichita,+KS&t=k

    Enviado por: Rosewood at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 01:53 PM

    Ok, I know there was a tsunami and all but in this new set the island of Ko Phi Phi in Thailand is completely missing. That's just not right.

    Enviado por: xx at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 02:06 PM

    When the *&$@ are you going to add high res Milwaukee? Keyhole had it, why don't you guys? I hate google earth because of this. It's useless to me. Please fix this ASAP!

    Enviado por: Phil at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 02:15 PM

    Hey, great update from my country Germany! But: According to the Fifa World Cup, Google should show also ALL the Football (Soccer)Stadiums!

    But: They just put a very old Sat-pic of Cologne. There you can see the old stadium. Now (since 3 years!) we have a brand new stadium! Much nicer!

    Too bad for all the fans from England, Portugal, Angola, Sweden, France etc. who want to see the Stadium!

    Regards from
    Figo from Cologne/ Germany

    Enviado por: Figo at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 02:45 PM

    All the sub-antartic islands appear to be in a better resolution aswell.

    Enviado por: Plik at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 03:22 PM

    The data for Calgary,CA is screwed up now. wtf.

    Enviado por: Kensho at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 05:56 PM

    I don't believe Google takes any images or controls any satellites. They buy the imagery like anyone else that wants a pic of their favorite spot. They are just making it available to us - for FREE. So if we don't like it, then we can open an account with GeoEye and buy all the imagery we want of our favorite spots on this beautiul earth.

    As a previous poster stated 'Be afraid", yes be very afraid, after a few years of being "googleized" they may just start charging for this free service !!

    Enviado por: George at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 06:42 PM

    Also Evansville, Indiana for example is still in crapola resolution. Must be some alien installation there to have the imagery obscured there.

    Enviado por: jim at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 07:24 PM

    Ya, my town of New Liskeard is pretty rough... but I do have outlines of my road now... still crude maps!

    Enviado por: ParrotScience.com at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 07:34 PM

    So you guys spend tons and tons of money imaging your own damn campus, and other nice points around the world. But you don't even start to image portions of the USA that would be extremely useful to a majority of your user base, maybe a nice higher-res image of Vermont and more of New England perhaps? What a nice forward way of thinking, eh? What good does it do me to stare at your campus for hours on end when the places of interest to me don't even show up?

    Enviado por: Arthemys at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 08:40 PM

    Hey, anyone know if and when there gonna be high-res photo's available for whole the netherlands?!

    Enviado por: photokandi at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 08:48 PM

    Looks like Krakatoa has been low-resolutioned off the map, too.

    Enviado por: Eugene Glover at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 10:53 PM

    I don't think you will have to worry about Google charging for Google Earth service... But do expect more advertising and marketing crap in it. Once google figures out how to convince companies to pay for advertising in GE....

    Enviado por: Ed at 24 de Marzo 2006 a las 11:25 PM

    dont forget to add sri lanka too....
    you will find the country important .. when we found oil on our soil..

    Enviado por: kalum at 25 de Marzo 2006 a las 12:40 AM

    %$^&*!!! When are they going to have high-res photos of Auckland CITY. Theres only a few high-res photos for the whole of New Zealand!!!

    Enviado por: Henry Broome at 25 de Marzo 2006 a las 03:19 AM

    Bleuch! What the hell have they done to the map?
    Truearth? God its horrible! Please put the previous imagery back!!!! Look at the Sahara!
    Cripes look at anything! Its not about more vibrant greens and crap, its about what actually is! I cannot believe such a horrible decision like this was actually made! Smarten up please!

    Enviado por: PsiClops at 25 de Marzo 2006 a las 07:35 AM

    Sweden had fairly good resolution in many areas before, that has now been taken away! Why downgrade maps?? Also in general I think the colors and definition of the areas around the globe seems much less vibrant and distinct now after this upgrade. It all looks more like sn old schoolmap from the 50:ies...

    Enviado por: Zevs at 25 de Marzo 2006 a las 09:44 AM

    I agree with many previous posts. The new pics are worse than the old ones in many areas. Most of Australia is in low res, so as such is pretty useless.Pick up your game guys!!!!

    Enviado por: Scott at 26 de Marzo 2006 a las 08:43 AM

    I agree with PsiClops, the new basemap sucks! Don't give us an "enhanced" map, just give us reality. The whole world now looks dark, mottled, and sick... just look at North Africa or Australia or Argentina or Canada, for heaven's sakes. The old map looked exactly like the Earth from space: bright, vibrant, and beautiful. This new map looks like the world after a couple centuries of runaway pollution.

    Enviado por: JMAG at 26 de Marzo 2006 a las 09:22 PM

    As far as GE's swap from NaturalVue to TruEarth, there are basically three 15-meter resolution global imagery products on the market right now - NaturalVue, TruEarth and TerraColor. All three of these were created from the same base dataset - NASA's 15-meter false color mosaics built from 1999-2002 Landsat imagery. Each of the three products uses a different technique for transforming the false color imagery (built from Landsat bands 7, 4 and 2) into something that simulates the look of "true color" imagery built only from Landsat bands 3, 2 and 1. (The reason for using the NASA 742 mosaics is primarily economic - there are 8,500 Landsat scenes needed to cover the globe, and transforming an existing product to simulate natural color is much faster and less expensive than re-processing all 8,500 Landsat scenes again in real true color. There are also some issues with haze in true color that are reduced in false color.) There are some basic commonalities among the three products, but also some great differences. As far as which is the "best," beauty is in the eye of the beholder. It's clear that TruEarth has some seam problems that NaturalVue and TerraColor do not, but some people may prefer their overall "look." You can visit the company websites for these three products for more info on them.

    Enviado por: Eric Augenstein at 27 de Marzo 2006 a las 05:46 PM

    The Allianz Arena in Munich has vanished ...
    It used to be the Stadium as it was built in 2004/2005...
    Now its an empty white place..

    Enviado por: RGR at 28 de Marzo 2006 a las 12:23 AM

    Still no good views at all on most places in Maine, U.S.A /sob...

    Enviado por: Immortal at 28 de Marzo 2006 a las 05:32 PM

    Well I live in Austrias (2 million) capital Vienna, and the images we had were not too good, but acceptable, but the new images are with clouds on them, so that you can't see about 10% of the area, because of the clouds! That sucks. The last version of Vienna had worse light, but at least you could see everything. And the "New" images are old. There are pictures of a shopping centre being not there yet, which was opened in 2004.

    Enviado por: Markus at 29 de Marzo 2006 a las 01:25 PM

    There are still only three high res. pics in Denmark.. WHOLE Germany but no Denmark.. Christ.. It can't be that much of an effort to take some pics of Denmark come on.. I've been looking forward for some new Denmark updates.. But no.. Seems I have to wait.. Hurry up guys..

    Enviado por: Anders Lund at 29 de Marzo 2006 a las 05:48 PM

    It seems that many people here don't understand how this works. Google has NO control over what is in high resolution. They have to pay others for the imagery they use and sometimes they are forced to change some of the imagery to an older date. It is hard for a company to put something as great as GE together when most people do not pay for it, but they do. Finally, imagery from 2002 and 2003 are not that old, you can not expect new imagery to be taken all the time just because you want it.

    Enviado por: Paul at 30 de Marzo 2006 a las 10:59 AM

    Yup its a HUGE INDIA update. Many Many Indian cities have been added, but they are kind of misaligned, which may explain the lack of announcement.

    Enviado por: grizzly at 30 de Marzo 2006 a las 02:24 PM

    I mean, Amsterdam is already small... and they make it even smaller by not covering a wider area of the city!!!

    Enviado por: gillo at 30 de Marzo 2006 a las 02:24 PM

    That big 'base update probably explains why (a few months ago, anyway--I didn't check too often) street paths in the south Bronx were misaligned with the aerial street photos in GE. They are now MUCH better aligned.

    (My brother will find a pleasant surprise; he hated that misalignment.)

    Enviado por: game kid at 30 de Marzo 2006 a las 06:31 PM

    All the roads in my local area that were well aligned now seem to be misaligned :( Also a load of placemarks that I had added have shifted with the roads :(

    Enviado por: chris at 31 de Marzo 2006 a las 03:24 AM

    Where did Ko Phi Phi island go? Its a beautiful thing to look at from space .

    Enviado por: Chris at 31 de Marzo 2006 a las 12:14 PM

    Why are people whining about seeing there house or street? You live there, you see it every day in the highest res you can possibly get. You want to see places you haven't been to, like Germany, Egypt, LV. You don't want to see your roof tiles and a patch of grass, you want to see the breath taking stuff. Niagra anyone?

    My house is high res, the image was taken around 7 years ago. I don't mind.

    Enviado por: SashDaMan at 1 de Abril 2006 a las 09:29 AM

    google earth is awesome but do you think you will be able to fix up new zealand

    I mean its only a small country

    google earth rocks

    Enviado por: hayden the kiwi at 3 de Abril 2006 a las 12:49 AM

    well chennai in the south of india was updated...

    Enviado por: madhu at 3 de Abril 2006 a las 01:25 PM

    I know bangladesh is a poor third world country, but thats no excuse for the poor third world imagery!

    Please can better updates shots be available.

    Enviado por: Hera Miah at 4 de Abril 2006 a las 09:17 PM

    u must focus on pakistan as well i can not see lahore down below 40000 ft.PLS get an update for lahore, pakistan

    this is a gr8 software so gr8 updates should be available,too(don't u ppl think so too?)

    Enviado por: Haider at 10 de Abril 2006 a las 12:21 AM

    Seems like the stratosphere tower in Las Vegas has got the chop. All that is left is its shadow

    Enviado por: Justin Carter at 15 de Abril 2006 a las 10:50 AM

    Smith County in East Texas has 6 inch and 1 ft aerial data of the entire county and it is public data--who can I contact at Google to send them the data, or get the forms to sign to send the data in?

    Enviado por: david sutherland at 24 de Abril 2006 a las 01:45 PM

    when will american cities be updated, because for example there are extremley new places in atlanta that still show as just sand in google earth, the place is called Atlantic Station.

    thanks.

    Enviado por: Hussain Almossawi at 26 de Abril 2006 a las 07:57 AM

    Indian images are very old. Still we are not able to identify the roads in some places at maximum zoom.

    Hyderabad of India images are still older than 1 year. Shown many companies names but there is no building available there.

    Enviado por: prasad at 27 de Abril 2006 a las 05:01 AM

    Hey this software has got great potential but it won't be worth any thing if most populated citites like Lahore Karachi (Pakistan} are ignored.

    Enviado por: Salman at 27 de Abril 2006 a las 10:42 AM

    The new Hi-res images (only looked at Vegas so far) but one step further would be even better, so you can click down one or two more steps and still heve them clean and crystal clear - would be awesome!
    I don't understand replacing current scenes with older ones though?? - as some have noted here.
    and second the request for an update on NZ... would like to see more of the country - closer than the 20 - 30,000 ft view as now.

    Enviado por: friday at 28 de Abril 2006 a las 03:11 PM

    please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Google`s worker please upload the satellite image of muslims biggest holy place........
    mecca(al-makkah)...........................

    Enviado por: noman at 7 de Mayo 2006 a las 05:08 AM

    No NEW ZEALAND HELLO were part of the world too. I mean we've only got 2 hi-res paches in RANDOM place's!I agree with rob

    Enviado por: skiff at 9 de Mayo 2006 a las 12:09 AM

    stop whining google earths free and no it cant "just take some images" they Have to buy them and no they do not have umlimited money!!!!!!

    Enviado por: skiff at 9 de Mayo 2006 a las 12:19 AM

    Phil's right! The old version of Keyhole had super high-res views of Milwaukee, and Google replaced them with low-res images over a year ago.... what's up with that? I'd rather have out of date, but high-res, images that a total blur!

    Enviado por: Taylor at 12 de Mayo 2006 a las 10:28 PM

    Thanks for updating the earth quake relief area which is a great help in relief operations in pakistan . i endorse the views of haider, in which he requests the updating of lahore photos, perhaps one of the most beautiful cities of the world , with heritage of aroud 500 years intact.

    thanks

    Enviado por: usman at 20 de Mayo 2006 a las 03:55 PM

    Can i inquire when the Data for Lahore pakistan will be updated. its been long since its in queue, Lahories are waiting............

    Enviado por: Osman at 31 de Mayo 2006 a las 05:36 AM

    What about Alaska and Northern California like the foothills to the East of Sacramento around Placerville. And how about the northern most point in the United States isn't even shown nor the Highway all the way up to Prudhoe Bay, it says it ends in the middle of nowhere in the middle of the state. Just a thought we do have people living here.

    Enviado por: Chris at 6 de Junio 2006 a las 02:19 PM

    hi
    like google earth alot but i am unable to get the maps of jajandhar(jullundhar) and ludhiana these cities are in punjab, india. if u can arrange those maps i will be thamkfull to you

    Enviado por: gaurav sharma at 27 de Julio 2006 a las 04:12 AM

    Why have maps of Melbourne, Australia's CBD been downgraded to older, lower resolution photos FOR THE SECOND TIME? We now have EVEN OLDER photos up. The QV development is getting lower, Southern Cross is just a hole in the ground now!
    Is it security concerns that has caused Google to do this, or financial ones?

    Enviado por: wavemechanic at 2 de Septiembre 2006 a las 07:21 PM

    Google Earth u r doin great. and i appreciate all ur work. take ur time on earth. people please appreciate there work the did great offcourse. there will one day u can c ur home from google earth who cant see it now. even i cant see my home now but they cant just focus on anything. there will be one day so be patience. Thanks Google Earth
    Waseem, Pakistan

    Enviado por: Waseem at 4 de Octubre 2006 a las 10:09 AM

    Thanks for updating, Chapai Nawabganj, Bangladesh

    Enviado por: Aminul Hassan at 12 de Octubre 2006 a las 06:45 AM

    Most places I have checked are 2 to 3 years old. when I put in an address it is close but not right on.

    Enviado por: Lawrence Myers at 20 de Octubre 2006 a las 08:48 PM

    I hope this site will be free and useful for evry one in poor countries.

    Enviado por: shojaedin Shafiei at 22 de Octubre 2006 a las 08:38 PM

    Many Turkish images in the Google Earth are older than 1,5 years now. When are Turkish update?

    Enviado por: kral at 11 de Noviembre 2006 a las 08:42 AM

    Is there any possibility of adding more Hi Res aerial or satellite photo scans of country and outback Australia? It is disappointing when you can't make out what you are looking at properly because so much of the country is represented by blury false colour images.

    The Hi Res scans make all the difference and are excellent for planning trips and exploration.

    Enviado por: John Green at 17 de Noviembre 2006 a las 11:52 PM

    Hello, i'm from Greece. i'm excited with the program. I wait for up date for Greece. specialy Chalkidiki and islands. Thank you

    Enviado por: Fairy at 6 de Diciembre 2006 a las 11:14 AM

    funny how all the americans complain..complain..complain...my city is the 50th largest in american and still isnt updated!! the usa is the best why arent we high res?? SHUT UP MAN be grateful of this free service

    Enviado por: tom at 7 de Diciembre 2006 a las 01:10 PM

    Hi, every one
    I am from pakistan and I very Like google earth.

    Enviado por: Muhammand faizan at 7 de Diciembre 2006 a las 06:27 PM

    NICE work G.earth i've been waiting to see jhelum for a long time so could u get the update its been three years since i've downloaded G earth
    Preety Please

    Enviado por: MOHAMMAD at 2 de Enero 2007 a las 10:49 AM

    Please update the Ishwarganj and Nandail Upjila, of Mymensingh District of Bangladesh site.
    Thanks

    Enviado por: Ashish Paul at 1 de Febrero 2007 a las 09:05 AM

    Please update in Midland of Ireland which is Co Laois and Co. Offaly. thank you

    Enviado por: ANDREW STANLEY at 5 de Febrero 2007 a las 07:13 PM

    Please include the details of Balaramapuram which is in Trivandrum and in the country India.

    Lat: 8°27'7.79"N
    Long: 77° 2'23.16"E

    Thanks ,
    Shee

    Enviado por: ammu at 10 de Febrero 2007 a las 04:35 AM

    Please update the City of Oxford in the UK to high resolution. In annoying that Cambridge is shown in better detail. Our University is much better ;-)

    Many thanks.

    Enviado por: Jonathan Winter at 14 de Febrero 2007 a las 06:50 AM

    Is there a schedule somewhere of when our areas will be photographed next?

    Enviado por: John at 14 de Febrero 2007 a las 01:12 PM

    Gobabeb Namibia is a reknown world famous Desert Research Institution
    at 23Deg33Min 40 South / 15Deg02Min 30 East

    It is just outside the high resolution stretch East of Walvisbay/Namibia and many scientists would highly appreciate if the area could be included with high resolution
    Thanks and Regards Conrad Roedern, Solar Age

    Enviado por: Conrad Roedern at 24 de Febrero 2007 a las 07:45 PM

    I will love to see some updating of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. We have some very beautiful sites here that your users will enjoy viewing.

    Enviado por: Aluko dublin at 2 de Marzo 2007 a las 09:44 AM

    OXFORD???????

    Enviado por: a.s at 29 de Marzo 2007 a las 04:18 PM

    question?

    why are some places in HI-Res and not others? do we have to ask them to put them up or something?

    Enviado por: naseer at 8 de Abril 2007 a las 12:34 PM

    In New Zealand Google Earth has Manukau shown in the far North of the country when In fact it is just a few Kilometers south of Auckland City.
    About 230 km away.
    I have contacted Google with no luck and allso Wikipedia.
    Would be great to see it in the right place.

    Enviado por: Jamie at 13 de Abril 2007 a las 03:13 AM

    I'm from Western Iowa in the United States. I know that we're only a million measly souls, but the data on the entire half of the state (a middle sized state) looks as though a child drew it with Crayon. There is no way to see anything. Please fix this.

    Enviado por: Joe at 17 de Abril 2007 a las 11:54 AM

    If I want a high resolution picture of a certain place to be put up on google earth, can I ask to, and if so where can i ask?

    Enviado por: Naseer at 18 de Abril 2007 a las 09:55 PM

    South Africa: GE previously had good quality photos where I could view to within a few meters high of a site (able to identify lines on the road surface). The quality for most parts of South African sites/regions are now disappointing.
    Is this temporary? If so, when could I expect improved visuals? A good example would be the Tswaing Crater just north of pretoria, South Africa.

    Enviado por: Andre at 30 de Abril 2007 a las 03:48 PM

    i have google earth free version and the map is like in 2000 or 2001 somthing like that and is there any updates for the free one, if i buy the google earth pro will the map be up to date?

    Enviado por: sidwilson at 1 de Mayo 2007 a las 07:27 AM

    sidwilson,

    Some areas of the imagery are much more recent than others. The most recent is typically 6 months old. All the versions of Google Earth show the same imagery - so you get the best imagery Google makes available with the free version.

    Enviado por: Frank Taylor at 1 de Mayo 2007 a las 07:39 AM

    Hi, I'm trying to figure out why there is no decent imagery of any portion of the Big Island of Hawaii. I live here, and I am EXTREMELY disappointed that there is no decent image, even of the big cities on this Island. Are you guys gonna update this soon I hope? please please do!

    Enviado por: golan remmen at 23 de Mayo 2007 a las 12:38 AM

    no updates in maldives!!!!
    what the hell is wrong with you people!!
    hehe. sorry!!
    please update it soon bro!!!!

    Enviado por: fen at 3 de Junio 2007 a las 06:55 AM

    I see the UK is updated as of June 2nd but there are now loads of old images in use, some as old as possible 3 years.

    Enviado por: Dave P at 4 de Junio 2007 a las 01:28 PM

    Thats funny, there is something amazing and yet people complain about such nd such not being updated.... Worlds a pretty big place guys, cut them some slack.

    Enviado por: Freelance Website Design at 11 de Junio 2007 a las 10:34 PM

    nothing could be seen over most part of palia kalan and its near by places of uttar pradesh,india.please help me outa

    Enviado por: amardeep singh at 5 de Febrero 2008 a las 02:50 PM

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