Google Earth Timelapse shows how planet has changed in past 37 years

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Google Earth Timelapse shows how planet has changed in past 37 years” – below is their description.

    Google and Nasa have released new timelapse technology showing how Planet Earth has changed over the last 30 years.

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    Using 20 million satellite photos from the past 37 years, Google Earth can now show viewers the world from the “fourth dimension” – time.

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