Google Shoots for the Moon

Talk about good PR, Google has taken their Maps API and applied it to the moon landings that took place July 20, 1969. They have included the locations of the moon landings and some nice information about each in those nice little bubbles. If you zoom in really close you’ll get a great look at the composition of the moon (I always knew it was made of it). No word when gMaps Pedometer will be applied and we’ll get to see where they drove those cool moon buggies.

In related news, ESRI has announced that the Summer ArcUser Online is now online. cough

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