Tuesday, December 19th 2006

Google to share NASA’s images

Google, the world’s leading search engine, has signed a deal with NASA which will allow it to share some information captured by NASA via its website. The plans currently include 3D maps of the moon and Mars, weather satellite images and real-time tracking of the International Space Station. Other areas in which the two will be working together include Google Earth and making it easier to search for scientific data. Although a spokesperson for NASA said this would be available to every “American”, it will probably be globally available.Source: The Inquirer
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3 Comments on Google to share NASA’s images

#1
Track
Wow, thats awesome! "Google Mars".
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WarEagleAU
Bird of Prey
Haha, google mars. That is pretty cool.

too bad I didnt start google ::shuffle::

-The Eagle
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Frogger
"weather satellite images and real-time tracking of the International Space Station. "
:cool: something else to spend your down time watching:twitch: :twitch:
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