Google Earth has just rolled out some fresh imagery for us! Thanks to GEB reader ‘f00tix’ for being the first to let us know about it.
As is almost always the case, you can use Google Maps to determine for sure whether or not a specific area is fresh. This new imagery isn’t in Google Maps yet, so you can compare Earth vs. Maps to see what’s new; the fresh imagery is already in Google Earth, but the old imagery is still in Google Maps. If you compare the two side-by-side and they’re not identical, that means that you’ve found a freshly updated area in Google Earth!
[UPDATED — 26-November, 3:22pm EST]
- China: Various areas (see comments) — thanks ‘yuanhang’
- Croatia: Daruvar — thanks ‘Andreas’
- France: Auch, Bergerac, Billy — thanks ‘maarten’
- Germany: Bad Oeynhausen, Dissen am Teutoburger Wald — thanks ‘Andreas’
- Greece: Malia — thanks ‘Andreas’
- India: Kalyan, Navi Mumbai — thanks ‘Munden’
- Italy: Monopoli — thanks ‘Andreas’
- Poland: Plock, Torun, Warsaw and others — thanks ‘f00tix’
- Romania: Mihailesti, Ploiesti — thanks ‘cristi’
- Spain: La Puebla de Montalban — thanks ‘Andreas’
- Sweden: Hamneda — thanks ‘Andreas’
- United States: Arkansas (Hot Springs, Okmulgee), California (Bishop, Lancaster, Merced, Redding), Colorado (Alamosa, Breckenridge, Las Animas), Georgia (Atlanta), Idaho (Mountain Home), Kansas (Great Bend), Missouri (Springfield), New Mexico (Clayton), New York (Albany, Binghamton, Jamestown, Oneonta), Oklahoma (Bartlesville, Boise City, Goodwell, Guymon, Lawton, Oklahoma City, McAlester), Oregon (Roseburg), Pennsylvania (Altoona, Erie, Indiana, Philadelphia, Scranton), South Carolina (Lake City), Texas (Fredericksburg, Texarkana) — thanks ‘Munden’ and ‘Steven’