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What is Google earth and what can it be used for?
Google Eath is a virtual map, available through Google, created by a Keyhole, Inc. It can be used to see satelite images of cities, streets, etc. It gives you ability to see items in 3D. It can be used as a tool to research the possible house for purchase, or check on the stage of contruction, for example.
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No, Google Earth is a free download! That is, the FREE version, of course. Besides, the pro version is for businesses and costs $400 for a one year subscription.
Yes. Google Earth Professional also allows you measure area, but it is expensive. Alternatively you can use the free version of Google Earth, mark the area to be measured as a… path. Then save it as a kml file. Programs like EasyAcreage can then read these kml files and calculate the acreage for you. This method is remarkably accurate. See a case study where the accuracy of this method was used to measure the size of a tennis court. The KML Tools Project and Zonums area tool (in links below) is an easy way to measure area online.
Google Earth is a desktop application that lets you fly anywhere on Earth to view satellite imagery, maps, terrain, 3D buildings, from galaxies in outer space to the canyons o…f the ocean. It also provides a street view with high-resolution photographs to "walk" the streets of cities around the world.
Type in your address in the "Fly To" box and press enter.
Google Earth gets its imagery from a number of imagery providers including GeoEye and DigitalGlobe, which own and operate high-resolution commercial earth imaging satellites. … GeoEye GeoEye-1GeoEye-2 (Future) DigitalGlobe QuickBirdWorldView-1WorldView-2 Details can be found in related links below.
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You need to download Google Earth installer then run the installer to install. The basic program comes as a desktop application. Google also provides Google Earth …as a web browser plugin. Like Flash or similar plugin when you visit a web page using this plugin it prompts you to install the just the plugin. Installing Google Earth desktop client requires administrator privileges and the web plugin does not.
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.
The datum which is used on Google Earth maps is: WGS-84.
I guess it is free to use however, you cannot distribute it on your own. In free version you cannot integrate your GIS data but there are another versions like Google Earth pr…o and Google Earth enterprise.
yes, Google Earth is a Google product with both a free and commercial/enterprise version.
The installed Google Earth application is at least on Windows XP is ~100MB. The first time to run Google Earth it will download 50-100Mb for the initial layers and imagery, wh…ich is saved in the cache. Google Earth, like a web browser, creates a disk and memory cache for downloaded content that can be changed in the Tools > Options > Cache menu panel. Disk cache starts with default of 400MB up to 2000MB (2GB) depending on how much free space is available, but this value can be decreased. Memory cache starts with a default 256MB up to 500MB depending on the amount of physical memory installed on the system.
Google Earth, like a web browser, creates a disk and memory cache for downloaded content that can be changed in the Tools > Options > Cache menu panel. Google Earth can u…se as little as 256MB in memory but more is recommended. Disk cache starts with default of 400MB up to 2000MB (2GB) depending on how much free space is available, but this value can be decreased. Memory cache starts with a default 256MB up to 500MB depending on amount of physical memory installed on the system.
If you mean how much data is sent over the Internet to your Google Earth client when you're navigating the earth then it varies. The Google imagery database (used by Google… Earth and Google Maps) including historical imagery and street view imagery has lots of data stored in Google's data center on many servers. Some estimates from Google in 2006 report that the "Google Earth database was 70.5 TB : 70 TB for the raw imagery and 500 GB for the index data." Note: 1 TB = 1024 Gigabytes. Fortunately only a small portion of the planet can be viewed at any time so you only download the data and layers for the view you're looking at. The first time to run Google Earth it will download 50-100Mb for the initial layers and imagery, which is saved in the cache. Google Earth, like your web browser, creates a disk and memory cache for downloaded content. The disk cache starts with default of 400MB up to 2000MB (2GB) depending on how much free space is available, but this value can be decreased. The memory cache starts with a default 256MB up to 500MB depending on amount of physical memory installed on the system.