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Here's how the earth has changed in 40 years: Impressive video with the new Google Earth timelapse feature

Here’s how the earth has changed in 40 years: Impressive video with the new Google Earth timelapse feature

Over the past 37 years, 24 million satellite images have been added to the new version of Google Earth: a new chronological view of our planet. Evidence of drastic changes, including the effects of climate change and human behavior. | Courier TV
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One of the most comprehensive pictorial representations of our growing planet is now available General. Thanks for the close cooperation between Google Earth, ESA, European Commission, NASA and US Geological Survey, 24 million satellite images from the last 37 years have been added to the new version of Google Earth, Creates a new chronological view of our planet.

With the biggest Google Earth update since 2017, users can now discover our planet in a whole new dimension: Weather. With a new feature called Deadline At Google Earth, users have been able to witness for almost four decades changes Across the planet. The update will show clear evidence Drastic changes Including the effects of climate change and human behavior.

Visitors can now and then take a journey through the clear evidence of God Drastic changes The effects of climate change and human behavior include exploring the changing patterns of beaches, following the growth of megacities, monitoring deforestation, and more.

For each topic, Google Earth will take you to a place Guided Travel To better understand the changes of the planet and how people relate to it. Rebecca Moore, Director, Google Earth, said: “Thanks for the open data provided by this update program Copernicus Landsat program of the European Union and its Sentinel satellites, as well as NASA and the US Geological Survey. Purpose Imaging High Clarity, Copernicus Sentinel-2, is a combination of the development of Google Earth’s new timelaps feature and the unique global vision we provide to users worldwide

Maurice Borgot, Head of the Department of Science, Applications and Climate at ESA’s Earth Monitoring Programs, commented: Satellites The Sentinel of the Copernicus Project helps to explore millions of people changes On earth. But the operational shipment of European satellites allows us to do even more! We are exploring all aspects of changes On our planet, it is natural or man-made phenomena and their impact on the climate.

I Sentinel Dedicated EU-owned satellites designed to provide a wealth of data and images critical to the EU’s Copernicus environmental program. High imaging work Resolution, Copernicus Sentinel-2, is mainly used for land surveillance, which is important for improving timelapse and its functionality. Copernicus Sentinel-2 is a mission Around the circular path The polar grounds of two identical satellites in the same orbit are polar, at 180 at each other for optimal coverage and data transfer. High resolution, new spectral capabilities, 290 km wide and frequent Correction Make available Images Earth was never obtained Before, Each Five days At 10 m spacing resolution.

This new timelapse feature has taken a significant amount of time, resulting in “Pixel abstractGoogle Earth site for geographical analysis on Earth Earth Engine. Add timelapse animated images on Google Earth, than 20 million pictures Satellites from 1984 to 2020. Overall, the work took more than that 2 million processing time Combine 20 petabyte satellite images into a single 4.4 terabixel video mosaic on thousands of Google Cloud computers.

https://earthengine.google.com/timelapse/

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