Google Earth is the open source data mapping and analysis software provided by Google free of charge. The program maps the Earth by superimposing satellite images, aerial photographs and GIS data on a 3d Earth globe, allowing users to watch all destinations from different angles on their PCs.
Google Earth, the Earth within reach of clicks
Google Earth is a software that was launched for the first time in 2001 as a desktop program. It was then reorganized and relaunched as a WEB application. The peculiarity of Google Earth is that it gives you an interactive touch in three dimensions in order to visit any place of your choice. From there, you have the opportunity to observe any region of the world in a virtual way through satellite images and photographs 3 D, representations of buildings, stars and satellites available on the software. You also have the opportunity to zoom in on the images to enjoy them with maximum accuracy.
To access an address, log in to the main interface, simply click on the Search button and type where you want to go. The interface also gives you the ability to click on one of the names by using your mouse wheel or by pinching your trackpad to learn more about a place or a cue point. Other options in the menu include the customization settings for an address, ocean exploration options, travel visits, and places you've added to favorites for a reference Later. Google Earth is downloadable for free and compatible with all Windows versions.