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The Google Earth plug-in allows you to navigate and explore geographic data on a 3D globe using a web browser.
With Sky in Google Earth, you can: Check out the new Slooh Space Camera layer to see live images of galaxies, objects and more View constellations and the movements of the planets Hear astronomy podcasts and read celestial research from expert sources Create and share your own imagery, placemarks and more In addition to browsing the Earth, Google Earth allows you to view heavenly objects, including stars, constellations, galaxies, planets such as. Allows you to view celestial objects, including stars, constellations, galaxies, planets and the Earth's moon. Google Sky are identical to those found in Sky in Google Earth. Google also runs a browser-based version of Sky, which was created in response to the popularity of the Google Earth application. Google Sky Website was launched on March 13, 2008. It's accessible from any web browser and operating system and available in 26 languages (the first Google Maps product to support right-to-left languages). It was coded by Diego Gavinowich, a Latin America Code Jam finalist from Buenos Aires who joined Google for a winter internship, with the help of other engineers on their 20% time.