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Google and GeoEye: Images from Christchurch

February 25, 2011

Google Earth Imagery: Christchurch

New satellite imagery available from our partners at GeoEye.

Imagery of Christchurch was taken on Thursday, February 24th from the GeoEye-1 satellite. Some parts are covered in clouds but substantial portions of the central business district are clearly visible. Remember to turn the layer on and off to compare it with our previous imagery, which is from March 2009.



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Church Before



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Collapsed Church and Surrounding Buildings


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Park and Buildings Before


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Park and Collapsed Buildings

Links
Album of high-res still images of Christchurch

https://picasaweb.google.com/118079222830783600944/Christchurch?authkey=Gv1sRgCLDdz8PWg5KzhwE&feat=directlink

KML to open in Google Earth

Central and Northern Christchurch: http://mw1.google.com/crisisresponse/2011/christchurch/earthquake/geoeye/christchruch_2011-02-23_scene2v2/christchruch_2011-02-23_scene2v2kml

Southern Christchurch: http://mw1.google.com/crisisresponse/2011/christchurch/earthquake/geoeye/christchruch_2011-02-23_scene1v2/christchruch_2011-02-23_scene1v2.kml

Central Tripoli: http://mw1.google.com/crisisresponse/2011/libya/other/geoeye/tripoli_2011-02-24_scene2/tripoli_2011-02-24_scene2.kml

Eastern Tripoli: http://mw1.google.com/crisisresponse/2011/libya/other/geoeye/tripoli_2011-02-24_scene1v3/tripoli_2011-02-24_scene1v3.kml

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