Google Maps And Earth Just Got A Huge Boost: New, More Detailed And Higher Contrast Images

Google Maps And Earth Just Got A Huge Boost: New, More Detailed And Higher Contrast Images

When exploring the planet on the satellite maps, users will be able to examine cities, fields, forests and seas with more clarity, as the new map has lesser clouds compared to the earlier versions. It's also the only second instance of Google revealing a map that is "cloudless." So now, Google Earth tool users will get more detailed and sharper images of the planet thanks to Landsat 8, the new satellite that has better cameras compared to its predecessor Landsat 7.

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Girls are going through puberty earlier than ever before, with long-term health risks

Girls are going through puberty earlier than ever before, with long-term health risks

For many girls in the developed world, puberty is coming earlier than ever before, with studies showing that, on average, puberty is now starting for girls at around 10 years old – at least five years earlier than a century ago. There are several…

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Cecil the lion’s legacy: death brings new hope for his grandcubs

Cecil the lion's legacy: death brings new hope for his grandcubs

The tiny lion cubs bounce down the dusty track alive with curiosity about their new world from their inquisitive faces to the tips of their tails. This new life is a symbol of the surprising good that has stemmed from the tragic death of their grandfather, Cecil. Cecil, killed by US dentist Walter Palmer one year ago, has 13 surviving sons and daughters and 15 known grandcubs so far. They, like Cecil before he died, have survived brushes with death. But the researchers who…

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5,300 U.S. water systems are in violation of lead rules

5,300 U.S. water systems are in violation of lead rules

Eighteen million Americans live in communities where the water systems are in violation of the law. Moreover, the federal agency in charge of making sure those systems are safe not only knows the issues exist, but it's done very little to stop them, according to a new report and information provided to CNN by multiple sources and water experts. "Imagine a cop sitting, watching people run stop signs, and speed at 90 miles per hour in small communities and still doing absolutely nothing about it…

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Ohio’s deadliest tornado hit Lorain, Sandusky 92 years ago on June 28

Ohio's deadliest tornado hit Lorain, Sandusky 92 years ago on June 28

Ninety-two years ago a tornado ripped through downtown Lorain and Sandusky, killing 85 people and causing tens of millions dollars damage, more than a billion dollars in today's dollars. It is the deadliest tornado in Ohio history,

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