Updating google earth image

28-Oct-2019 17:14

I am trying to get an idea of the average most recent imagery dates of Madagascar in Google Earth.

Rather than zooming in and looking at the lower corner for the imagery date, what is the best way to find out how much of the country is covered by imagery from a given year?

According to the Google Earth Blog, data updates usually happen about once a month, but they may not show real-time images.

Google Earth gathers data from various satellite and aerial photography sources, and it can take months to process, compare and set up the data before it appears on a map.

On a side note I do not know how much of Madagascar is covered in each path, so you may need multiple images from each day to find the full coverage.

Zoom Earth shows new NASA satellite images every day.

You receive an email notification confirming that you've set up the alert, with a warning that updates can take "weeks, months and even years." Next time Google Maps updates this location, it will email you.

Satellite imagery from Landsat 7 or 8 may be useful for you.

Each satellite makes a complete orbit every 99 minutes, and does roughly 14 full orbits each day, while crossing every point on Earth once every 16 days.

You can't find out when a map was last updated on Google Maps.

However, you can find this data by downloading Google Earth and searching for the location in that program.

You receive an email notification confirming that you've set up the alert, with a warning that updates can take "weeks, months and even years." Next time Google Maps updates this location, it will email you.Satellite imagery from Landsat 7 or 8 may be useful for you.Each satellite makes a complete orbit every 99 minutes, and does roughly 14 full orbits each day, while crossing every point on Earth once every 16 days.You can't find out when a map was last updated on Google Maps.However, you can find this data by downloading Google Earth and searching for the location in that program.If you are referring to satellite imagery then I suggest using https://gov/ instead of Google Earth.