Google supports visualizing stars and galaxies in the Google Earth mobile app
Google supports visualizing stars and galaxies in the Google Earth mobile app


Google announced on Thursday that it added the ability to display stars and galaxies in the map application ("Google Earth") on Google Mobile so users can see the Earth and the surrounding universe as they were. Same in space.

“We have realized on Google Earth that people want as many stars as they want to see the Earth. So Google Earth can now offer a wide view of the mobile device the world of stars, as you see it on the web and in Earth Pro on a surface,” he said on his blog. the desk. "

Google has made it clear that users can zoom in to get a clearer picture of the star. Through the Earth’s core, the Observatory of Southern Europe can see the Milky Way image and the image looks like this: the distance (about 50,000 km) from which the Earth can be seen. See himself.

Before adding images of stars and galaxies, the Earth was shown in dark space by Google Earth because the focus was only on Earth. Google said in her article: "Realism is important to us - we want people who use Google Earth to see our planet where we are in the universe." The company previously added animated clouds to show weather patterns on Earth.

Google notes that a large and diverse group of people use Google Earth, including scientists, environmentalists, government officials, nonprofits, and citizens who love to explore the planet.



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