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Does the military have Google Earth live?
yes. in a sense. if the average civilian can zoom in just about anywhere in the world by simply going on google earth, the possibilities are endless for what the military and other higher level organizations can do.
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Googl Earth is not live but it's updated and pretty accurate so if your house is big enough you should be able to see it.
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no you can't pictures are taken of google earth so you can't do that
Google Earth (free version) and Google Earth Pro do NOT allow you to see "live"' photos and imagery of people. Most imagery is greater than 3 years old and new imagery is us…ually not newer than 6 months due to the lengthy process of processing the satellite and street view imagery. Google Earth, however, does provide a feature to show "live" web cams at selected locations, which is provided by a third-party company. While it's not true real-time it's actually time-lapsed video.. For live feeds of particular locations like your home, you need to purchase security cameras..
No. Google Earth is composed of photos taken by satellites and planes. To get live video from every spot on Earth would, at least with current technology, require more satelli…tes that could ever be sent to space, all sending information at a rate impossible to achieve, and no computer would have the capacity to process a fraction of the information. Such a system is utterly inconceivable, at least in our lifetimes. Additionally On average Google Earth imagery is 3 years old, but Google does make some data available near real-time such as weather layers and traffic layers that is updated on an hourly basis. Also, there is a webcam layer integrated into Google Earth that can show "live" scenes at selected locations -- which is mostly camera photos at fixed locations.
no, it is not live. sorry todisappoint you but it is only what is called the 'highlight of the day' although i am pretty sure one day it will be live. Kevin huse - …youtube (poopoobum1)
Google earth live doesn't really see live streaming videos because the satellites that take the images every 1 to three years are constantly orbiting around the world at appro…ximately 24,000 mph so it would be impossible to take a constant video in 1 spot.
No. The pictures that make up Google earth are only taken occasionally for each location. Therefore it is impossible to see in real time.
yes, Google Earth is a Google product with both a free and commercial/enterprise version.
While Google Earth imagery is not real-time (on average it is three years old), Google is making some layers such as traffic and weather available near real-time updated on an… hourly basis. Also, there is a webcam layer integrated into Google Earth that can show "live" scenes at selected locations -- which is mostly camera photos at fixed locations. There are also third party data feeds such as real-time flight tracking available.
While Google does not provide real-time imagery or street-view photographs, there are some near real-time layers such as weather and traffic. However, there is also a "live…" webcam layer for selected areas under the Gallery layer called Webcams.travel .
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Google Earth Pro uses the same imagery that the free version of Google Earth uses. Google's imagery is not real-time (on average it is three years old), but Google is making s…ome layers such as traffic and weather available near real-time updated on an hourly basis in areas it is available.
From multiple consumer reviews on both sides of the accuracy argument,one can only assume that it may be accurate, but has some glitches as well. The accuracy argument is best… answered with moderate, not too great but not too bad.
To find google earth images, you need to go to google first and click on the satellite tab that will show you the views from a satellite rather than the street view or the wal…king view.
One can view live images on Google Earth by clicking on the 'Satellite' button when in Google Earth. This opens a live satellite image link to the area one is interested in.