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"Highest Resolution Commercial Satellite Imagery available".61-centimeter full color imagery from space.Visit www.digitalglobe.comand don't ask for pricing ... (my own note)I work in the lower right corner .. do you see this large building with white roof ? I work in the building right above it.http://www.digitalglobe.com/imgs/quickbird...ld_overview.jpgMichael J.

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Only trouble I could see with those is that theyre not exactly looking straight down..so would be a problem when mapping them on the ground. You can see the sides to some buildings the further up you go which will make the perspective off etcJust my thoughts anyway.Craig Kiltie

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Michael,That's Moffett Federal isn't it ? I recognise it from Flight Unlimited 2/3.Chris Low,ENGLAND.

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For those who missed it (the thread seemed to go missing after last night's forum problem), you'll soon be able to download a personal version of a 3D Earth viewer that will put these sorts of images into motion:http://www.earthviewer.comThe previews look very interesting.

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Moffett Field, correct - with NASA Ames Research Center. You can see the biggest wind tunnel in the world in the lower right corenr.Michael J.

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On some screen it is mentioned that they use a mesh to render elevations, and this mesh looks really good. I wonder what kind it is...

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