The Kennedy Space Center is one of Florida's most popular tourist destinations and the launch pad for some of the most amazing discoveries in the universe. This landmark, from firing room to assembly building, is now more accessible than ever with a new NASA Street View collection.
With the latest release of Google Earth for iOS, you can fly through breathtaking 3D cityscapes on your iPad, iPad 2 or iPhone 4S with the simple swipe of your fingertip. Not sure where to start? Be sure to check out the new tour guide feature to discover famous landmarks along the way.
Just two months after we announced new 3D imagery in Google Earth for mobile, we've expanded this collection of metropolitan areas. Denver, Colorado and Seattle, Washington are now open for exploration on both Android and iOS devices.
This month in News from Google Earth Outreach, find out what the Outreach team has been doing up in the depths of the Arctic circle. Hint: The Street View trike was along for the ride. Then, learn about our participation in the upcoming IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) conference in South Korea.
Somewhere in Google Earth is this interesting feature. Can you find it? Be sure to click the image to the left for a larger view of this location. When you think you've found it, post your answer here. Here are a few clues to lead you to the location: