This is because all the pictures are taken by different satellites with different resolutions.
Different regions of the Earth receive different amounts of solar energy.
There are different climates on Earth because different parts of the Earth get different amounts of sunlight. The areas that get the most sunlight have the warmest climates for example.
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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 fetch new imagery you need a persistent internet connection. Google Earth uses a disk cache that allows you to navigate offline in the areas you already visited.When you go offline you can still navigate in Google Earth zoom in/out, but flying to new areas will only show a low-res base map data.
Different parts of the Earth get different amounts of solar(heat) energy.
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Google Maps does not cover the area around the north and south pole. This is due to the use of standard map projection. Google Earth is used to cover these areas.
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 some layers such as traffic and weather available near real-time updated on an hourly basis in areas it is available.
why do different places receive unequal amount of heat
Most land areas in Google Earth are covered in satellite imagery with a resolution of about 15 meters per pixel and highest resolution is about 1 inch per pixel.
Imagery UpdatesGoogle Earth imagery updates usually happen about every 2-3 weeks but the updates are not to the entire globe but to cities and regional areas often in multiple countries. Google provides a KML feed to show where the updates are located and also has a notification service to receive alerts when your selected areas have been updated. See related question for details.Google Earth Software UpdatesGoogle Earth software is usually updated several times a year with a major update (e.g. 6.2 -> 7.0) about once per year.
because of the earth`s rotation.
On average the imagery in Google Maps and Google Earth is approximately one to three years old so this is not uncommon. However, the more populous areas and major cities tend to be updated more often.
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 more frequently than others. Google provides KML feeds showing what areas have been updated in a given update. Google also provides a notification service you can signup to alert you when a given area is updated. For details see the related question.
Google Earth was the first publicly released in 2005 and all imagery that exists is typically starting from 2005 to the present. Google may have acquired older imagery for some areas so imagery from 1998 or earlier may exist but is not common.Enable the historical imagery option under the View menu of Google Earth desktop and see what times are available in a particular area. This is not available in mobile or web versions of Google Earth.
To use Google Earth offline you must first login to Google's servers via the Internet to first authenticate and activate Google Earth. After your initial connection you can jump to all the areas you may want to cache for later offline viewing then offline viewing will reload those images and layers you previously cached. In offline mode some functions are limited and layers/images in unvisted areas won't be available.
Not exactly. If you tried to look at any restricted areas using Google Earth, you would see a blank image with text on it saying something like: "Satellite imagery is not available for this area."
When the waves crashes into the earth it can start earthquakes in different areas unknown.
the rotation and tilt
There are several different branches and areas of the earth sciences. The earth sciences are geology, oceanography, paleontology, and meteorology.
both hemispheres on Earth experience different seasons. but only the part of earth near the equator have only one season and it's hot which is the tropical areas.
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