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Google Maps will show Satellites of Moon & Planets

Google Maps will show Satellites of Moon & Planets

Google Maps will show Satellites of Moon & PlanetsGoogle Maps will show Satellites of Moon & Planets – Google Maps is a tool with which a person can visit any place in the world like he can see lakes, roads, boundaries, rivers, building and many other things. But recently Google has announced a news related to Google maps that it has added Satellites of Moons and Planets to the map.

So, one can easily explore major natural satellites moving around solar system with the help of Google map. The user can visit to Saturn’s natural satellites like Enceladus, Dione or lepetus, Rhea and Mimas as well as Jupiter’s Europa and Ganymede. This was made possible by contribution of US space agency NASA and European Space Agency. They worked with artist Bjorn Jonsson, who assembled the maps of planets and moons.

They can explore the icy plains of Enceladus, where Cassini discovered water beneath the moon’s crust. Where signs of life were seen by the discoverer Cassini. The universe contains many type of planets and their natural satellites. So, Google will show you all these with its Google Map.

The visitor can also reach the International Space Station which joined the Google’s Street View Program. For keen view of these planets and their satellites one has to zoom until he/she reaches the outer space. According to Google “We’ve added Pluto, Venus, and several other moons for a total of 12 new worlds for you to explore”.

According to Product Manager at Google Stafford Marquardt – “Explore the icy plains of Enceladus, where Cassini discovered water beneath the moon’s crust-suggesting signs of life. Peer beneath the thick clouds of Titan to see methane lakes” Google has also added imagery lineup of Pluto, Venus and moon so that it can be easily found in Google Maps.

This was made possible by contribution of US space agency NASA and European Space Agency. They worked with artist Bjorn Jonsson, who assembled the maps of planets and moons.

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