Big brother is is spying in us again, when I get back to work , I will find out what this is all about. If they don't stop pointing satellite at me house. I will give them a good thrashing they so richly deserve.
An excellent piece of software. In the trail version, they have high-density pictures of trouble-areas around the globe, for example, first time ever in my life, I got a good look at Kashmir valley, including its geography, rivers, built-ups etc, and realising how much I was missing looking at it in a two-dimensional map! Interesting!!
Originally posted by Jeroen Wenting: sounds like a system similar to TerraServer.
Anyone care to do a comparison between the two?
TerraServer is very primitive, compared to Keyhole. For starters it has only four countries covered (USA and Canada mostly), where as Keyhole is the entire glob and it also has many other natural features and information like roads, restaurants etc as well. Its almost like comparing notepad to MSWord.
lost in paris what coordinates does this Montmatre/Sacre Cour have? Can't find it in the map
posted 15 years ago
Originally posted by Arjun Shastry: I entered many Indian cities.I don't see much details beyond rail network and roads.I think problem is some countries don't give detailed aerial maps for commercial purposes.
They don't have high-detail photos for most of the globe, and I am not sure if that�s because its a trial version! Check out J&K area, you can see airstrips, built-up's and if you look carefully you could even spot some infiltrators!
Neat!!! I bought my house in April of 2004. It's a new community and new streets. I put in my home address, and it dodnt find it. I managed to find my community, but it shows the entire area under construction. The amount of detail is very interesting So, it looks like the images are a couple of years old. I dont know if they would have the latest images though. Wont the latest images be classified or something?
ETA: I tried looking for WTC, and all I see is ground zero with lot of construction equipment. DC looks so beautiful though [ November 22, 2004: Message edited by: Jayesh Lalwani ]