In its blog, the company has also promised annual updates to Google Earth for the next decade. You can use Google Timelapse to see how the planet has changed over the past 40 years.
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How to watch Timelapse in Google Earth
It’s easy to watch Timelapse in Google Earth. Just go to the Timelapse website, and Google Earth will download it. You can also access it via the steering wheel or the “voyager” icon in Google Earth. There are two ways to explore Timelapse. The first method is to click on the “Story” tab, choose from the given options, and start scrolling through a series of videos on the same topic.
Another way is to click on the “FEATURED LOCATIONS” tab and choose where you want to change. You can choose from 10 different themes, which are expected to increase in the future. You can turn Timelapse on or off on Earth and you can also go to a specific year by clicking on the timeline in the navigation pane on the right side.
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