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The program can also be downloaded on a smartphone or tablet, using a touch screen or stylus to navigate. To do this, navigate to the area that you want to see historical images for.

Google collects some of its images from third parties, so the rate at which it can update parts of Google Earth is reliant on others. The photos were taken by cameras mounted on automobiles, can be viewed at different scales and from many angles, and are navigable by arrow icons imposed on them. Some layers include tours, which guide the user between specific places in a set order. As you view Google Earth, look at the bottom of the screen and you'll see the copyright data. There'd be nothing to see! It provides access to a large database of satellite imagery and the computational power needed to analyze those images. This can be seen in the Hudson off New York City, the Wini Seamount near Hawaii, and the Mendocino Ridge off the U.S. Pacific coast.[33].

As such, it can sometimes take time for Google to get clear shots that aren't impeded by the weather. This is often due to requests from governments or personal lawsuits.

Ano ang mga kasabihan sa sa aking kababata? We're going to tell you how Google Earth gets its images and how often Google Earth is updated.