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NASA Releases World Viewer

michael posted more than 10 years ago | from the to-infinity-and-beyond dept.

Space 432

Klatoo55 writes "Nasa has released a comprehensive world viewing tool that allows you to zoom from planetary resolution down to where you can pick out individual streets. Really cool, but it needs a good internet connection and a decent graphics card. There's all sorts of interesting features, such as the ability to tilt your view for a flight-sim like experience and a data display feature that shows current natural disasters, political boundaries, weather patterns, and landmarks on the Earth's surface, all while providing a dynamic satellite's eye view of the planet."

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A threat to our security? (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341402)


I work at the DHS (Department of Homeland Security) as an office paper-pusher so this has to be posted anonymously.

If you're even thinking about getting this package, get it now. An office worker faxed paperwork to NASA this morning requesting rather strongly that they remove this program. It's a dangerous tool in the hands of terrorists (or so some here think.)

In fact DHS has been pushing the military to weaken the accuracy of the GPS system to 1 kilometer as the concern for GPS guided dirty bombs is great.
htin

Re:A threat to our security? (2, Funny)

hey (83763) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341517)

Sorry I don't believe you really work at homeland security and are first posting. But your other comments seem possible to me.

Re:A threat to our security? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341531)

Hah, not even a convincing troll.

Re:A threat to our security? (3, Insightful)

Izago909 (637084) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341604)

Everything is a threat to national security. There are a half dozen other free websites that offer nearly the same services as this one. Soon, the EU will have its own version of GPS which can be accessed by the public. If someone really wants to kill others, they will find a way regardless. Has anyone noticed that most security implementations after the attacks tend to make people feel safer without making them truly safer? No security is better than a false sense of security; at least people would be on their toes instead of walking around oblivious.

Re:A threat to our security? (1)

FlyingPostman (610686) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341605)

What about geocaching? This would actually make it more challenging.

Re:A threat to our security? (1, Insightful)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341655)

No worse than Terraserver, or all the other sources of aerial photographs. Or maps. Or just fucking walking around a city looking for easy targets.

And I doubt any terrorist is going to bother with a sophisticated GPS-guided missile when a simple truck will do.

Nice troll.

Re:A threat to our security? (4, Interesting)

slungsolow (722380) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341796)

Any GIS type application is considered a threat to our national security. If you take a look at these aerial views of DC [dc.gov] you can see how the federal government had the overhead views of the whitehouse and the capitol removed (or blocked). The last thing the government wants is to be responsible for a terrorist act. They feel that tools like this are useful to the general public, so they make them available. At the same time, they can see the emminent threat, so they limit its capabilities.

Amazing... (5, Funny)

jhtrih (218203) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341405)

This is cool. I can see my house! Now if my neighbor had been sunbathing at the time...

Re:Amazing... (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341456)

Now if my neighbor had been sunbathing at the time...
You'd play with yourself instead of going over there like a true slashdotter.

Re:Amazing... (5, Funny)

grub (11606) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341507)


Now if my neighbor had been sunbathing at the time...

...you'd be checking out his package?

grub, you homophobe (0, Redundant)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341596)

grub, you homophobe

Re:grub, you homophobe (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341617)

Hmm... he made no disparaging remark other than to suggest the OP would be checking out his neighbor. Nothing homophobic about that.

Re:Amazing... (1)

StevenHenderson (806391) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341622)

Now if my neighbor had been sunbathing at the time...

...then you would have two avenues for self-pleasure using the computer.

Time Lapse mixups (2, Funny)

coronaride (222264) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341632)

Due to the latency with which the images are updated, this can pose some awkward situations. Imagine a geek looking at their neighborhood, noticing a beautiful nude sunbather next door. Geek runs outside to peek through a knot-hole in the fence to discover that the sunbather has aged 50 years since the last time that the picture was updated...ewww.

Re:Amazing... (1)

quizwedge (324481) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341774)

Funny, all I see is "The operation timed out when attempting to contact learn.arc.nasa.gov"

Already slow (5, Funny)

networkBoy (774728) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341407)

I ran to check out the sit and it is Cooooool, but Nasa's gonna have an astronimical bandwith bill today :)
-nB

Re:Already slow (5, Interesting)

networkBoy (774728) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341566)

http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Newsroom/BlueMarb le/ [nasa.gov]
This site has some absolutely stunning still shots of earth. Available as several hundred K JPGs, 1-2 meg JPGs, and up to 30 meg TIFFs.
-nB

Google Mirror (1, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341771)

Here you go. [alltooflat.com]

slow (-1, Offtopic)

anonieuweling (536832) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341409)

Slow as ....

Geostationary Satellite Server (5, Informative)

ackthpt (218170) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341414)

I've been watching the weather and all sorts of neat stuff on the NOAA GEOS [noaa.gov] site for years. Not great for spying on your city, but great animations for tracking weather and hurricanes

down already (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341424)

comment says it all

Yes, but... (0)

yipyow (317154) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341429)

will it run in Linux?

Takes a hefty chunk of hardware (4, Informative)

Mr Guy (547690) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341431)

Recommended Specifications * Windows 2000, XP Home, or XP Professional * Intel Pentium 3 1 ghz or AMD Athlon or higher * 256 MB of RAM * 3D Graphics Card o nVidia GeForce 2 Ultra o ATI Radeon 7500 o Intel Extreme Graphics 2 * DSL / Cable connection or faster * 2 GB of disk space The requirements are a bit high, but the demo pictures they show are quite impressive. It does appear to be opensource, wonder how long it'll be before someone makes a Linux port, and ties to a newsfeed! Trouble in the Middle East? Lets take a look!

Re:Takes a hefty chunk of hardware (2, Insightful)

ObjetDart (700355) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341576)

Those are hefty requirements? Just about any Windows box sold in the last 4 years would meet these requirements.

Re:Takes a hefty chunk of hardware (1)

NoYes19 (766616) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341648)

DSL / Cable connection or faster * 2 GB of disk space I believe that is the hefty part.

Re:Takes a hefty chunk of hardware (3, Funny)

Azghoul (25786) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341859)

For a..... web site??

Re:Takes a hefty chunk of hardware (2, Informative)

stratjakt (596332) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341664)

Hefty hardware? I could build that machine for about 200 bucks, brand new. And that includes a fancy pants Lian-Li case with window and lots of blinky lights.

This should probably run under WINE, the 3D requirements aren't that intense. In fact, it probably uses OpenGL.

Re:Takes a hefty chunk of hardware (1)

Illissius (694708) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341792)

It says it requires the .NET runtime and DX 9.0b, actually. Wonder whether it could be made to work with Mono...

Bastards... (2, Funny)

raider_red (156642) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341432)

There's no Linux or Mac version. This means I'll actually have to pull the damn windows box out of the closet I stashed it in.

Re:Bastards... (1)

deego (587575) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341503)

> This means I'll actually have to pull the damn windows box out of the closet I stashed it in.

*Clockwork orange music playing*

Try the wine

quit whining ... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341535)

and get wine-ing [winehq.org]

Re:Bastards... (5, Funny)

napa1m (154836) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341628)

Don't lie. I'm using it right now on my Windows box and I can see into your closet, there's nothing in there but skeletons and that 'touchy' uncle!

-- ^nA
the CREATURES, they live! [creaturesinmyhead.com]

Re:Bastards... (2, Insightful)

stratjakt (596332) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341699)

They released the source, so get to work porting it and quit whining.

Chalk another one up for Neil Stepehenson. (3, Insightful)

SuiteSisterMary (123932) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341433)

"YOU ARE HERE."

WE SLASHDOTTED NASA (4, Funny)

dijjnn (227302) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341440)

that's just cool.

Re:WE SLASHDOTTED NASA (5, Funny)

AndroidCat (229562) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341580)

Are you sure? Has anyone checked to see if the dolphins are still around or large slab-like somethings are hanging in the sky very much unlike bricks?

Wow! (5, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341443)

I can finally see the world outside of my Mother's basement!!!!

259M download! (1, Funny)

waynegoode (758645) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341444)

This looks cool, but the download is 259M! Server should be slashdotted soon. How about setting a torrent someone? (That is, someone who is not behind a firewall on a work computer.)

Re:259M download! (1)

Stevyn (691306) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341722)

Or anyone who can open ports 6881-6889 on their firewall.

Product idea (-1, Troll)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341447)

Tin-based paints to keep those beams away from your house.

Seriously, get your fucking satellites with their hi-res cameras away from my house. Go stick it over Congress and the White House so we can see what those dipshits are doing on our tax dime.

You don't need to see this dipshit fondling his reinfawns, assholes.

Dancin Santa

Re:Product idea (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341734)

Tin-based paints to keep those beams away from your house.

Ah, yes, Mr Troll.. but you see the Government already thought of that when they enacted Public Law 100-333 [loc.gov] back in 1988, restricting the use and sale of tin-based paint.

Those rascals disguised it as having something to do with threats to marine life and so on.. But now you know!

Re:Product idea (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341761)

dastardly!

A free version of Keyhole? (3, Informative)

Andorion (526481) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341448)

I had a subscription to Keyhole World Viewer [keyhole.com] for a while, it's the same type of thing with a shnazzy interface and features. You can download it for a free trial at their site, I haven't tried the NASA one so I don't know how it compares.

~Berj

Re:A free version of Keyhole? (1)

NoYes19 (766616) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341753)

Correct me if I am wrong, but keyhole is just an arial photograph database of a few cities last I checked.

Re:A free version of Keyhole? (3, Interesting)

MustEatYemen (810379) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341867)

Keyhole has several features Earth Sphere in 3d 3d terrain data Street level details of many highly populated areas of the US. Overlays of Roads/Rails/Water ways Overlays of resturrants/lodging/gas stations It's not limited to just the US, it has data of many locations of the world. The downsides i see to keyhole are needing a fat pipe (like the nasa client), widly varying levels of detail, especially outside the US. My car would love this if it didn't need a broadband internet connection, and could store the data locally, at least for a select area(s). (Keyhole says they've got terabytes o data)

It certainly must be comprehensive... (3, Insightful)

tcopeland (32225) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341451)

...since it's a 259 MB download.

What a perfect (and missed) opportunity for NASA to use BitTorrent [bittorrent.com] instead of a huge zip file. Ah well.

REQUST FOR A TORRENT (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341801)

Anyone want to seed this somewhere?

Re:It certainly must be comprehensive... (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341851)

I have the file and will seed but can't host the torrent. My connection also sucks, but every little bit helps...

What No Mac Version???? (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341455)

The subject says it all... well maybe not... shouldn't this be open source??? At least???

NSA (2, Funny)

delirium of disorder (701392) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341463)

I wonder if NASA made a version of this for the NSA with ummmm a bit higher resolution.

Re:NSA (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341858)

I remember my father telling me how he would read russian newspaper headlines from the comfort of his navy base in Alaska.

Years later he was able to explain that he monitored live satelite feeds that allowed him to do this. this was back in 1972. I have a feeling that they can count the fucking hairs on your nut sack with the technology they have now-a-days.

Gmail invite (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341464)

Gmail Invite [google.com] Woot woot I see my wang!

Can we.. (5, Funny)

segfault7375 (135849) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341466)

Will we be able to zoom in on the smoking ruins of the slashdotted webserver? :)

Re:Can we.. (4, Funny)

Tackhead (54550) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341821)

> Will we be able to zoom in on the smoking ruins of the slashdotted webserver? :)

With a 259MB download, you won't need to zoom in. You'll be able to see the crater from orbit. Heck, you'll probably be able to see the crater from the surface of the moon.

Heh (4, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341478)

Really cool, but it needs a good internet connection

Are you talking about me or their server?

The planet has been /.ed... (-1, Redundant)

blcamp (211756) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341510)

...and for some reason, I am compelled to sing:

"It's The End Of The World As We Know It, And I Feel Fiiiinnnneeeeee!"

C# And DirectX... (5, Informative)

malakai (136531) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341525)

Pretty cool stuff. The developer says the core will compile on Mono, but obviously there isn't DX for Mono.

Maybe someone can think about a Manged-DX style wrapper around OpenGL for the Mono Project.

Can't think it would be easy though. DX does a lot for you.

The source is supposed to be placed on SourceForge soon. Should be a fun project to hack on.

Don't be so proud of your technological terror... (5, Funny)

weeboo0104 (644849) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341530)

The power to view a planet is insignificant next to the power of a slashdotting.

Re:Don't be so proud of your technological terror. (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341663)

Yea, really... can someone post a mirror? :)

Just like enemy of the state (3, Funny)

grifter7 (73822) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341537)

Now you can play "enemy of the state" at home, without having to retask satellites on your own.

Re:Just like enemy of the state (1)

SFBwian (744032) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341830)

Ohh! Ohh!

ENHANCE!

ENHANCE!

ENHANCE!

Isn't technology wonderful? Hrm... what's this 'pi' symbol doing down there... Alright, it's time to hack the planet.

The big question.... (0)

Digital Mage (124845) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341539)

Will I be able to zoom in on Area 51? I don't want to try it out just to find out it has been censored out.

Re:The big question..(Area 51).. (1)

newandyh-r (724533) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341741)

"Nothing to see there - please move on"

Re:The big question.... (2, Funny)

Tony Hoyle (11698) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341757)

You really think there's anything secret in Area 51? The whole planet knows where it is.... hardly the best place to keep secrets.

Area 52, on the other hand...

slashdotted straight off the map! (1)

192939495969798999 (58312) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341544)

That site is DOWN, brother! Boy, I can't even imagine a more /.-able topic than a world zoom tool like that, and we shot them down in a blaze of glory. I would bet the astronauts can see the plume of smoke coming from the server in space. We could probably see it on the map too, if it weren't fried into oblivion.

Anyone have a dupe? I guess I could just go outside and see the world for myself... nah!

Re:slashdotted straight off the map! (0)

rokzy (687636) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341736)

I think you mean "mirror". dupes are bad, mmkay?

Celestia (5, Interesting)

Milo Fungus (232863) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341547)

For those of you who like this sort of software, check out Celestia [shatters.net] . It is a 3D space simulator, and lets you visit objects in our solar system and a bunch of stars. It's really amazing, and it's open source! My sister uses it for teaching astronomy to the neighborhood kids in their home-schooling class.

Area 51 (0, Redundant)

fdawg (22521) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341551)

Has anyone gotten this to work and locate area 51? I can only imagine that zooming in on sensative locations is probably blocked by the application. Cant hurt to ask though.

replacement for Terraformer (1)

T-Keith (782767) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341553)

I use to use Terraformer, but their images were so outdated.(most from 1991) The link doesn't seem to work though. If it is similar to this it would be great.

Re: NASA releases world viewer (1)

gnu-generation-one (717590) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341560)

"but it needs a good internet connection and a decent graphics card"

The good news: surrounded by PCs with graphics cards twice as fast as the fastest ones you can buy in a shop.

The bad news: that means I'm still at work at 6pm Friday. Let's see how Doom3 runs on an nVidia quadro FX4000...

Locations of incidents... (1)

BrynM (217883) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341587)

So will they add a burning server icon to the ones for fires and other disasters? From the looks of the site (first two pages then loading..........) they have one server to pinpoint already.

Gmail invite (-1, Offtopic)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341590)

Gmail invite [google.com]

Woot Woot does taco love the penis or not?

Big brother (2, Interesting)

vijaya_chandra (618284) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341592)

If the version released for the public itself is that comprehensive, think of the view of the big brother out there.

Hope my thick black hair and beard'd consume all the light rays and reflect nothing.

BEWARE - Way too proprietary! (5, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341599)

It currently only works with ONE planet!

Re:BEWARE - Way too proprietary! (1)

gnu-generation-one (717590) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341693)

"BEWARE - Way too proprietary! It currently only works with ONE planet!"

Try this [sourceforge.net] . I don't think it has paging capabilities though.

Re:BEWARE - Way too proprietary! (1, Funny)

Anonymous Coward | more than 10 years ago | (#10341766)

Suits me fine. I really don't care to see Uranus.

Google cache link here (1)

grifter7 (73822) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341606)

Here's Google's cache [google.ca] of the features page.

Enemy of the State? (1)

rechelon (719515) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341649)

Now it's more like Enemy of the Slashdotter-With-Too-Much-Time.

Muhahhahahahaha.

Windows only. (1)

caluml (551744) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341654)

Pah. Windows only. It's not like it's the prevalent OS, is it? Although they give away the source code. Overall, D-, but B for trying.

Baghdad (-1, Troll)

spoonyfork (23307) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341672)

Cool, can I camp out over Baghdad and watch more hostages get abducted? Can I also see where the headless corpses and left in the street?

Is this the ... (1)

erik_norgaard (692400) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341675)

total perspective vortex??? (maybe reversed..)

World Wind download link (1)

grifter7 (73822) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341692)

Here [nasa.gov] is a direct download link for the software-- "World Wind".

Download away!

Recommended Specifications

* Windows 2000, XP Home, or XP Professional
* Intel Pentium 3 1 ghz or AMD Athlon or higher
* 256 MB of RAM
* 3D Graphics Card
o nVidia GeForce 2 Ultra
o ATI Radeon 7500
o Intel Extreme Graphics 2
* DSL / Cable connection or faster
* 2 GB of disk space

Commercial site (free usage) (4, Informative)

McFly69 (603543) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341696)

Here is a commercial site [globexplorer.com] but you can use it for free with watermarks. You can zoom to a persons house. All you need to type in the address of the place. Pretty nice, check it out. Only problem is that some of the images are a couple years old... but then how often do streets and house move/change physcially?

US-only Re:Commercial site (free usage) (0, Flamebait)

perler (80090) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341807)

ok, it's election year, but next year there will be a world beyond US borders again, don't be surprised ;)

PAT

Re:Commercial site (free usage) (3, Funny)

tbase (666607) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341848)

but then how often do streets and house move/change physcially?

You don't live in Florida, do you? :-)

Re:Commercial site (free usage) (1)

Scutter (18425) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341865)

Looks like they use at least some of the same USGS satellite pictures that Terraserver uses.

Similar Products (3, Interesting)

carbolic (616993) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341703)

Yesterday on The Screen Savers [g4techtv.com] they pointed out a for-pay satellite viewer that appears to do the same thing as this NASA viewer. Keyhole LT [keyhole.com] is a consumer-licensed viewer for about $40 and is a way smaller download with a free trial mode. The resolution is not spy-on-your-neighbors great. But you can see who has pools on your block and how many cars are parked in the driveway along with topography data and flyover modes.

For a high-res view but user-interface nightmare, GlobeXplorer [globexplorer.com] has free and subscription imagery online that incorporates aerial photography for less than 1 meter resolution (like way zoomed in.)

Of course, what roxorz is that the NASA prog is free. At least for now!

--
carbolic
WiFi-toys [wifi-toys.com]

Celestia and World Viewer (4, Interesting)

cOdEgUru (181536) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341715)

Hope someone would integrate this in to Celestia [shatters.net] or the other way around. Explore the deepest corners of the galaxy and be in your neighbourhood in a splitsecond.. Nice..

Eh? (0, Redundant)

Naffer (720686) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341754)

The site is slashdotted, but is it anything like Keyhole? [keyhole.com]

servers is down but (3, Informative)

jjshoe (410772) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341765)

you can still download the program from here [nasa.gov]

Tremendous graphics! (5, Funny)

suicidedoll (754455) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341788)

I wonder what engine the builder used to design that world? It's pretty fantastic! And the level design, simply AMAZING!

And did they need Goresat to make this? (1)

Jeff DeMaagd (2015) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341799)

Goresat was the mock name for a satellite that Al Gore pushed through NASA, despite the dubious science behind it and that Gore voted to reduce NASA budget more often than not. Its intention was to provide a live image of earth, I think from a Lagrange point.

Hmmmm? (0, Flamebait)

GoMMiX (748510) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341816)

Isn't this just the terraserver project?

MS has a site for this, there's obviously the terraserver homepage, and lots of other sites that bleed the data from the terraserver to display it as a service to their own users...

So, basically - this is just a neater interface to the data on the terraserver...

I remember being able to lookup a satellite image of my house back in 1998.

I can't see the interface, because it's slashdot'd. But, I do recall being able to do a search by address and it bring up exactly my house.

You could also click on a global map, and navigate your way to what you wanted to see. (Good luck finding your house that way, bub!)

Great! When can I get live data? (2, Funny)

DigitalRaptor (815681) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341825)

The elk hunt starts in 2 1/2 weeks, I look forward to the day I can bring my laptop and use a live feed to track the elk herd... :}

I know, I know, it will never happen, but a guy can dream.

Maybe this is a good problem for an aerial kite camera solution

Snow Crash reference (4, Insightful)

perlchild (582235) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341847)

Am I the only one who sees a Stephenson's Snow Crash reference in this?

Compare this to Terraserver, in real-world terms (1)

dpilot (134227) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341863)

Can't RTFA, since it's Slashdotted.
Can't run the code, since my Win-machine at home is a dual-boot with only Win98SE.
Can't run it on my work laptop, since even though it's Win2k, it doesn't meet the other requirements.

Even if I could get to the web site, I don't know that the information is readily available there *and* on Terraserver to really compare the two.

I've found my house on Terraserver, though the image was several years old. The field wasn't that tight, and got a bit more than our whole neighborhood. Resolution aside, is there any information about the age of the pictures?

Similar to... (1)

Lazyhound (542184) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341864)

...Keyhole [keyhole.com] , I presume? I've played around with it before, but a free version is even better, I guess.

Who cares about the scientific benefit (1)

Tuffsnake (767507) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341868)

Just imagine what some tech savvy stalkers will be able to do with this

gnutella magnet (1)

havaloc (50551) | more than 10 years ago | (#10341888)

magnet:?xt=urn:bitprint:NRXOGXXAMVAJWZUHY7W2A2UY7R BABIN4.IDTEAFQAH7Q76AIJ7RYFX7FIXFSYY4Y3XYEPTIA&dn= worldwind-1_2.zip
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