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List the three ways to move the image in Google earth?
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Not sure how scientific you want the answer to be but the first 3 things that come to this uneducated mind of mine are: 1. They both orbit another entity 2. They are both …spherical in shape 3. Both have mass These 3 properties are true of many things but they technically answer the question.
Here's a citation from Mark Aubin's post at the Google Librarian Central, about the source of Google Images: "We collect it via airplane and satellite, but also… just about any way you can imagine getting a camera above the Earth's surface: hot air balloons, model airplanes - even kites." Please see the whole post at the related link from Google. And, for extra credit, see the blog post about "How Google Earth (Really) Works" by a co-founder of Keyhole, who first built what became Google Earth. Google Earth acquires their images from many sources. Some of these sources include from satellites in space, airplanes flying over particular locations, and people that drive along the street, taking pictures and video of the area.
They collect their satellite images from a variety of cameras including; low level satellite photography, aerial photography and even on occassion kite and balloon cameras. Th…ough most people think that the images are live they are in fact three years old on average.
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.
You can go to your local county web page. There should be a section for taxes and there will be a GIS Mapping tool on there. As long as you know the property address you… can see images.
Two. It rotates on its axis and it revolves around the sun. ______________ There are some others. The earth's axial rotation is not perfectly oriented without any mo…vement of the axis. There is complex movement of the axis caused by something called precession. Imagine a toy top spinning on the floor. The top stays basically upright, but the top of the top will describe a loop as the top spins. There are also perturbations in the earth's orbit caused by other planets as they get nearer and farther away. The earth's relationship with the moon brings about some interesting movement. The earth and moon really orbit around each other; the earth is not perfectly still with the moon doing all the orbiting. The earth and the moon orbit around their mutual center of gravity, called the barycenter. Because of the differences in mass, the barycenter is always within the body of the earth. So observed from above, we would see a kind of curling or wobbling in the earth's orbit that would be in synch with the moon's orbit of earth. There is also the precession of earth's orbit, and this is not easy to describe. The simple version is that the earth's orbit is an ellipse. You can draw a line connecting the two foci of the orbit. That imaginary line is actually turning slowly, relative to the stars. There is also change in motion that can be caused by things like tides, and even tsunamis. The great tsunami of a few years ago caused a small but measureable change in the earth's motion. The whole solar system is also orbiting the center of the Milky Way, along with all other objects that are part of the galaxy. And of course the Milky Way is moving relative to the other galaxies and star clusters. There may be some other earth movements as well.
That's easy. The three ways are radiation, convection, and conduction. Radiation heat is transfered by moving through space, convection heat is transfered by movement in gener…al, and conduction is through direct contact. Imagine a ball being passed around. The ball moves through space (radiation), and hits the earth. The earth is heated up, and it touches the air (convection). Since warm air rises, it moves up through the atmosphere to the top, where it cools down and touches the earth again.
The images in Google Earth (and Google Maps) are updated on a continuous basis. It's hard to say exactly when an area will be updated because some areas may be updated mor…e frequently than others (just because that data is more readily available). While most images are no more than 3 years old in high resolution areas, low resolution imagery in some areas may be older. When high-res or newer imagery is not available, the base map used in Google Earth is a circa 2000 TerraMetrics/NASA 15 meter resolution base imagery. It takes months of post processing new imagery before they go online so bulk updates usually happen about every 2-3 weeks. Google Earth and Google Maps share the same backend satellite image database and are updated together. Why are newer images sometimes found in Historical Imagery? Newer imagery is sometimes available in 'Historical Imagery', which can be enabled from the View menu option in Google Earth. Sometimes older images are actually of better quality than new images (i.e. there might be a huge cloud over a certain area which encourages using the older, clearer image). This feature is not available in Google Maps. Where was Google Earth imagery last updated? If you want to see where Google Earth (and Google Maps) imagery was last updated either check out the Google Earth Blog for update announcements or simply click on the 'Google Earth Imagery Updates' link below to see the highlighted areas on the globe. When will my area be updated? Due to overwhelming demand when a given area will be updated Google has created a new e-mail notification service. Check out 'Follow Your World' in related links below.
Google Earth was first released in 2005 so 1998 imagery is rare. This means Google acquired and processed imagery from that year -- old imagery would be for a small area or… region. For example, there is imagery for 1938 in San Francisco, CA but for only within the city limits and New York City has some imagery for April 1997.
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mechanical, physical, and chemical weathering
It is moved by Diffusion, Radiation, and Convection.
They either strike/slip (grind against each other), spreading (plates go opposite ways), or either accretion (or against each other)
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Google allows use of screen shots on public web sites if you follow its guidelines (see links below) including unaltered images with full attribution, etc. Three requirement…s from Google's permission guidelines: All uses of Google Maps and Google Earth and its Content must provide attribution to Google and our suppliers.Google does not approve of any use of Content without proper attribution.Depending on the region, the Content provider may be Google alone or Google and one or more 3rd party providers.
Any areas visible by a satelite , that means the earth surface and oceans in their entirety , with the exception on some military areas. Germany houses and private areas are… pixilated due to their privacy laws
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.