New Google Earth Imagery – December 9th, 2014

Google have updated their ‘Latest Google Earth Imagery’ map showing an update on December 9th. Thank you to GEB reader André for letting us know.

December 9th, 2014
Latest Google Earth Imagery map – December 9th, 2014. Larger version

The ‘Monthly Google Earth Imagery Updates’ map has been updated to show November’s updates.

Monthly Updates November
Monthly Google Earth Imagery Update – November, 2014. Larger version

And for updates prior to that, you can use Google’s ‘Historical Google Earth Imagery Updates, 2009 – 2014’ map which includes all updates to October 2014.

About Timothy Whitehead

Timothy has been using Google Earth since 2004 when it was still called Keyhole before it was renamed Google Earth in 2005 and has been a huge fan ever since. He is a programmer working for Red Wing Aerobatx and lives in Cape Town, South Africa.






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Comments

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  2. Its amazing Google is now quiet about updates if any but that’s not to be surprised as Google since they took over YouTube has displayed a lack of leadership.

    In fact they are more like a rudderless ship with no real goal in mind just making things up as they go and afraid to invest into anything new.

  3. The gallery page has been updated to show the December 17th imagery release.

  4. The 17 December update includes just one area in the UK – a strip running N-S in the Stirling area of Scotland which is a mix of very variable quality imagery, in places dark, low res and far inferior for example to 2009 imagery in the historic layer.

    Few GE or Maps users could possibly want more of this type of stuff, and if anyone at Google reads this blog your wider business interests would be much better served by leaving the best quality imagery available as the default whilst putting poor quality updates in the GE historic layer for the specialist user who really wants to see the latest changes.



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