Tuesday, March 08, 2005

New NASA Software

I was reading through the newest issue of Wired Magazine a few days ago and noticed a piece of software mentioned inside of it made by NASA. I decided to check it out but forgot about it until a few minutes ago. What the software does is basically let you zoom around a 3d earth with about 1 terabyte worth of satelite image data. It's really cool. Its basically a free, government versions of Keyhole, (www.keyhole.com). The site for this software is http://worldwind.arc.nasa.gov/, you should try it but make sure you have broadband because its a huge file.

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