TIME, GOOGLE AND NASA
29 Years Of Earth From Space
A glacier shrinks, a rainforest disappears and a major U.S. city expands before your eyes in the new Google Timelapse project. The partnership blends 29 years of satellite imagery and Google Earth Engine technology to show the impact of human activity on the planet. A new Landsat satellite launched earlier this year will add its leading-edge cameras to the project.
Stunning changes to Earth’s landscape
Google and Time magazine have stitched together 29 years of satellite images collected by NASA and the U.S. Geological Survey, showcasing developments in our planet’s landscape via time-lapse.
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