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As the waning, August moon signals the end of summer, the last of our imagery for the hot months is posted to the web...101,486 kilometers in all. You'll notice I've exluded my usual screen captures - this is intentional to further promote the use of the Bing Maps World Tour application. It saves me work and it's a better presentation anyway. Of course, you can always find the new imagery on Bing Maps and in the APIs as well; but, I guess that's the whole point now isn't it? If we didn't get you this time, keep checking our future releases. Enjoy.
Digital Globe Orthos
Now, to get cranking on September's workload.
Why is there a september realase posted on the world tour? Is this actually the august release from this post or is it already out?
This is the August release as mentioned in the title.
now would be a great time to do a timely, day by day or morning/evening update on the LA fires from fresh images...
thats really great! Awesome!
It'd be nice to get "Bird's eye" imagry of Marion, OH.
I can't see the model I have published on the Bing Maps Virtual Earth. How do I get it be visible?
You need to make your collection public if you want the rest of the world see it. Otherwise, you just need to open your collection with the 3D model and click the item and it will load.
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