July was a great month for Google Earth!
Early in the month we showed you some great ways to track the Tour de France and to gain a better understanding of the Battle of Gettysburg on the 150th anniversary of that event.
Google pushed out some new 3D Imagery updates on July 3 and July 26, taking the coverage to over 150 cities.
We looked at 10 amazing “earth scars“, as well as some other impressive discoveries in Google Earth.
In terms of satellite imagery, MapBox announced that they’d soon have near real-time imagery available, while DigitalGlobe took us on a tour of the past 50 years of the satellite industry.
With the Leap Motion finally shipping (mine is en route) we took another look at the timeless SpaceNavigator.
Paul van Dinther gave us some amazing tips on ways to create high-quality movies with Google Earth.
We took another look at what the imagery dates at the bottom of Google Earth really mean.
What was your favorite Google Earth story in July?