Google has continued pushing out new automatically generated 3D areas although the pace this month has been a little slower than in recent months.
Earlier this month we looked at a misplaced satellite image. It appears to have since been corrected in Google Earth, but not in Google Maps as yet, and the change doesn’t show in any of the imagery update maps. The incorrect image is still visible in historical imagery. We also had a tip from GEB reader Jonah that there is new imagery in Bridgeport, CT, USA, which we have confirmed is visible in Google Earth, but not yet in Google Maps. This suggests there is another update after the November 19th one.
A misplaced satellite image over Koslanda, Georgia.
We had a look at a landslide in Sri Lanka …
… and a lava flow in Hawaii.
We remembered the fall of the Berlin wall, which fell 25 years ago.
What were your favorite stories this month?