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How do you go to Mars on Google Earth?
The only way you can go on it is by downloading it.
If that ever were to happen it would be a while from now. Mars has had proof of current marking on it's surface which means there was water. Because there was at some point wa…ter there my have been life. Humans will not go to mars anytime soon because the mars atmosphere is extremly fragile and doesn't contain the elements humans need to survive. For now mars will just be a space exploration in shuttles and suits.
Just click on the little Saturn button at the top tool bar to go to Mars, the Moon, or Sky. Likewise, from View menu you can select Explore and make same selections.
Yes, there is an "ocean" option at the bottom right corner of the screen. Enable this option, then you can go underwater. You have to use the navigation button to make the ang…le such that you are seeing straight as in from the ground point of view. You can then see 3-D waves and also go underwater. This only works on Google Earth 5.0 or higher, so any other version won't work with this option! You must have Google 5.0 or above.
Yes, you can now! In commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing, Google has added the Moon to Google Earth!
Nobody has been to Mars, the only place astronauts have gone is to the moon.
you look at google earth and type in 'earth locations" No, it's View->Explore->Earth
I tried doing that and the Earth just disappeared. So, I'm guessing not. ---------------- I tried it and yes you can. This was on version 5.0.11733.9347. View--> E…xplore --> Moon. If that doesn't work try downloading the free Nasa program Worldwind.
You can change the fly-to speed in google earth to move more slowly or go warp speed when flying to a location. The speed can be adjusted under Tools/Options/Navigation. In …you want to go fast in Google Earth's flight simulator then you press the PgUp key to accelerate. Other tricks to explorer faster can be done using the various hot-keys for various functions.
No, Mars is in a stable orbit, and isn't going to come anywhere near Earth.
No, but they have launched the Mars Rover. It has taken pictures and sent it to Earth. The way it was launched was (1) rover was packed in a balloon (2)they launched it to mar…s on a rocket. (3) the atmosphere on mars popped the balloon or something and the mars rover started taking pictures.
Oh yeah! We've got plenty of years. I've got a book about the solar system and Mars will hit earth one day but it might not. Like the world will end at the end or 2012 and it …might do in 2011.
You just zoom in until it automatically makes it a sightseeing tour. It does not work on all places but places such as, Copenhagen or Stockholm will work.
You need to run the installer. Once it's installed, go on Google maps and hover over the maps icon in the top right corner. Three options will expand, click on Google Earth. Y…ou can also download a Google Earth software to run on your computer if you can't get it to work online. .backward paragraph
In Planet Mars
Google Earth has a Mars planet mode, but Google Maps does nothave such a feature. You need to download Google Earth to explorer Mars in 3-D withhigh-resolution imagery.
In Google Earth
If there are walking signs enabled then you probably have a NetworkLink in your saved places enabled. The NetworkLinks doesn't know the difference between Earth mode or Mars m…ode so best to turn off your saved places.