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Satellite View and Map of Earth using Google Earth Data

Satellite view is showing Earth with continents and oceans.

Zoom in to see the countries of the world with their international borders, the national capitals, major cities, expressways and main roads.

The map is showing mapped Earth, by now you can find almost any place on the planet.

What to do? One possibility is, just double-click on a random point on one of the continents of the map and zoom in and enjoy the beauty of Earth. It's a little like throwing I Ging yarrow sticks. You'll always be surprised.

1. Look for the place where you was born, or where you grown up, important places in your life. Zoom into your past and explore, you might even find the house where you were born in.
2. Look for the place where you have always wanted to go. Zoom into your future and explore.
3. Travel with the speed of light. On the map below you pick up Pegman (Pegman), the little orange earth-onaut and hoover him over the regions on the map which have changed to blue, you can drop him wherever a green bubble shows up at his feet. Have fun and explore. 
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