Google Mars

First Google Maps, then Google Moon and now Google!

In case you haven't heard of Google Maps, it's satellite imagery and street directions cleverly blended (along with a lot more) to give interactive, zoomable maps in your browser. I would recommend using at least a broadband connection, though, because dial-up will choke under the load of the images.

Using Google Mars you can even find the famous "face" on Mars, by typing in "face on mars" and clicking "Search". It's supposedly a natural rock formation according to "science"...but, I'm betting it's a warning from Martians. Think about it.


Thanks for the heads-up Wilson!

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