Google has switched on the Moon in Google Earth to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing. The newly included Moonscape for Google Earth features 3D terrain of the lunar surface for users to fly around and explore like they already can with Mars and Earth. Users can also switch the scenery into planning …
..for the Google Logo today. (it's on google.fi, it doesn't seem to be on google.com or google.uk)
Took me a moment to decode it, but ... brilliant!
Moderatrix- can You add it to a relevant page somehow? Of course, I can't put the piccie up myself.
Sorry but I still can not see
The flag, remnants of Lander or wheel tracks.
Need more detail please.
<<Here's a video blog post showing off Moon in Google Earth>>
That snap in the article is a Playmobil reconstruction, surely??
(If not, can we get one? Pretty-Phleeth!! Oh, go on Lester, the world+dog's begging forrit. If you do, I'll send a scan of a packet of 'Grocer's apostrophe-laden Carrot's' to ya.)
I've not looked at Google Moon since it launched. Great as it is I'd love to see the return of the cheese when you go to maximum zoom.
Am I missing something?
On screen, there's a man, next to a sign which says "Harrison H. Schmitt". He says "I'm Jack Schmitt." I never really understood why Jack is 'short for John, but Harrison?!?!
I don't understand....
why no streetview?
> Why no streetview?
Well, when Google tried, their robot's progress was disrupted by a group of small woollen creatures...
See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HArUmqqiL0s for details!
Love it! "What a *rude* machine!"
for the contemporary equivalent...
Google street view camera car spotted on moon.
I have to go and hide now, NASA have sent their black helecopters to spy on me again.
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