As part of Earth Day, NASA released their top ten favorite photos taken by crew from the International Space Station. Since about half the photos were of locations on the Earth we can see in Google Earth, I decided to create a KML version for the NASA photos (which includes overlays of the images). The other 4 photos from NASA were of atmospheric observations which didn’t include details of where (and what direction) the photos were taken. Some of the photos were at oblique angles, so I used the Photo Overlay techniques I described last week to place them. This turned out to be quite a challenge because there are limitations on the Photo Overlay in terms of zoom levels so I could not place myself at the same approximate position as the ISS when the photo was taken. Check out the Mount Everest photo and use the transparency slider to judge how well the photo aligns. Anyway, enjoy!