The 7 - Random - Google Moon
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Oliver Scrapple Level: 130 Posts: 1424/5007 EXP: 25642914 For next: 87732 Since: 20.6.02 Since last post: 601 days Last activity: 595 days # 1 Posted on 20.7.05 1039.35 Reposted on: 20.7.12 1040.23 Yup...Google has taken their mapping programs and taken it to the moon. It's really, really cool! http://moon.google.com Their FAQ is really, really funny, and the detail is awesome. It on;y covers a small area, but it includes a list of the flight crew on every Apollo mission that's landed there. Oh, zoom to the closest detail level. Awesome stuff. -S Promote this thread!
EddieBurkett Boudin blanc Level: 96 Posts: 1181/2441 EXP: 8867914 For next: 120905 Since: 3.1.02 From: GA in person, NJ in heart Since last post: 3 days Last activity: 53 min. # 2 Posted on 20.7.05 1210.23 Reposted on: 20.7.12 1210.37 When I first saw the markers, before I realized they were for the Apollo missions, I thought, "Wow! There are Weiners on the moon!" (edited by EddieBurkett on 20.7.05 1310)
Jobberman Kishke Level: 45 Posts: 312/426 EXP: 646572 For next: 13597 Since: 2.1.02 From: West Palm Beach, FL Since last post: 812 days Last activity: 130 days # 3 Posted on 20.7.05 1531.37 Reposted on: 20.7.12 1533.01 That is pretty cool. Is it me, or does anbody else have a problem making their eyes see the craters as craters and not convex "bumps"?
The Thrill Banger Level: 101 Posts: 1864/2781 EXP: 10680702 For next: 37010 Since: 16.4.02 From: Green Bay, WI Since last post: 920 days Last activity: 275 days # 4 Posted on 20.7.05 1608.04 Reposted on: 20.7.12 1609.27 Spoiler Below: Highlight text to read
Isn't the cheese supposed to be green? Good joke, though.
BigSteve Pepperoni Level: 66 Posts: 651/1091 EXP: 2410397 For next: 51467 Since: 23.7.04 From: Baltimore, MD Since last post: 3572 days Last activity: 3300 days # 5 Posted on 20.7.05 1609.12 Reposted on: 20.7.12 1609.47 Originally posted by Jobberman That is pretty cool. Is it me, or does anbody else have a problem making their eyes see the craters as craters and not convex "bumps"? They do look like bumps. Incidentally, why does the highest magnification turn the moon yellow and make it look like swiss cheese? Am I missing something? EDIT: Whoosh! That joke went right over my head until I read The Thrill's post. I had the temptation to totally edit my post, but aren't we all allowed a little stupidity at some point?
(edited by BigSteve on 20.7.05 1710) (edited by BigSteve on 20.7.05 1712)
ekedolphin Scrapple Level: 137 Posts: 2591/5530 EXP: 30213171 For next: 659762 Since: 12.1.02 From: Indianapolis, IN; now residing in Suffolk, VA Since last post: 2 days Last activity: 47 min. # 6 Posted on 21.7.05 0230.48 Reposted on: 21.7.12 0231.24 This would be much, much cooler if, you know, any given spot on the moon didn't bear a striking resemblance to every other given spot on the moon. Also, I'm not an astronomy expert or anything, but the moon can't possibly be that small. But, yeah, I know, it's supposed to represent the area around the lunar landings and that's it. (edited by ekedolphin on 21.7.05 0332)
Cerebus Scrapple Level: 112 Posts: 1288/3556 EXP: 15125794 For next: 212459 Since: 17.11.02 Since last post: 114 days Last activity: 114 days # 7 Posted on 21.7.05 1126.02 Reposted on: 21.7.12 1127.58 Google has made it so you can take a 'trip' from outer space to your home using the satalite map they have. Have they set it up yet so you can 'travel' from the Earth to the Moon yet?
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