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  • BaseballBabe
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    I found my house and my truck is parked out in front!

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  • Razor60
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    Originally posted by irishlad2nv
    Actually this program is way out of date. Google Earth is more up to date and most news agencies use them. I looked up some "key" areas on the site you mentioned and many things were way out of date. I am sticking with Google.
    It's still nice to actually see an image of your house.

    The coverage is still very limited.

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  • irishlad2nv
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    Actually this program is way out of date. Google Earth is more up to date and most news agencies use them. I looked up some "key" areas on the site you mentioned and many things were way out of date. I am sticking with Google.

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  • Razor60
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    Originally posted by carolina
    I used to have this program and lost it during one of my re-formats anyway I was needing some directions and thought about it again.

    This is indeed a great program, and yes real time would be awesome. I don't know if the paying version of this gets you any closer or if it would be in real time but with technology like this you could basically watch ground movements of anyone you wanted to if it were in real time.

    Very kewl for directions! I showed this to my son, and he was amazed at how accurately it showed his military base. Although, he knew it wasn't real time because not everything there was showing up or still correct.
    Wow, this thread is old!

    Btw, this program is much better than Google Earth: http://local.live.com

    You get to see actual bird's eye view of places!

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  • carolina
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    I used to have this program and lost it during one of my re-formats anyway I was needing some directions and thought about it again.

    This is indeed a great program, and yes real time would be awesome. I don't know if the paying version of this gets you any closer or if it would be in real time but with technology like this you could basically watch ground movements of anyone you wanted to if it were in real time.

    Very kewl for directions! I showed this to my son, and he was amazed at how accurately it showed his military base. Although, he knew it wasn't real time because not everything there was showing up or still correct.

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  • YJ95
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    Just copy and paste the location name with zip code that I have in one of my posts above, then mouse over and find the coordinates.

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  • Contact
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    Originally posted by Brav989
    lmao..yea I didn't notice til I used the coords

    Can you explain how to insert coords please? Thanks!

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  • Brav989
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    Originally posted by YJ95
    The middle of the building is at

    32*40'34.04" N
    117*09'27.67" W
    elev 12

    Once you see it you won't believe you didn't see it before.
    lmao..yea I didn't notice til I used the coords

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  • code3_K9
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    Originally posted by YJ95
    The middle of the building is at

    32*40'34.04" N
    117*09'27.67" W
    elev 12

    Once you see it you won't believe you didn't see it before.

    OH WOW, I SEE IT NOW!!! =^O

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  • YJ95
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    Originally posted by code3_K9
    Cant see it... What are the cordinates? and what elevation are you lookin at?
    The middle of the building is at

    32*40'34.04" N
    117*09'27.67" W
    elev 12

    Once you see it you won't believe you didn't see it before.

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  • code3_K9
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    Originally posted by YJ95
    I've had this for awhile now. Also NASA has one called World Wind.

    Also, using Google Earth, there is a base in San Diego that is...well...an interesting design. Copy this and search it in the program.

    Naval Amphibious Bas, Coronado, CA 92118

    It is just alittle to the right from the pinpoint it gives.

    I can't see how someone didn't catch that in blueprint form, or they just didn't care.

    Cant see it... What are the cordinates? and what elevation are you lookin at?

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  • code3_K9
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    The major downtown city's are now in 3D... no color though...

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  • pkagel
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    I spent 8.5 yrs in the Navy and never knew that one,

    Originally posted by YJ95
    Also, using Google Earth, there is a base in San Diego that is...well...an interesting design. Copy this and search it in the program.

    Naval Amphibious Bas, Coronado, CA 92118

    It is just alittle to the right from the pinpoint it gives.

    I can't see how someone didn't catch that in blueprint form, or they just didn't care.

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  • BrickCop
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    Great site. Real time and 3D would be amazing.

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  • toby101
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    How up to date is this.

    I have seen some where they are couple of years old and roads are not there along with houses.

    Anybody know?

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