NoKor military installations on Google Earth

There are real explorers like Christopher Columbus and there are Google Earth explorers. Both are motivated to unravel the mystery that is Earth.
For those who are not familiar with this nifty software, it allows you to fly in and out of certain geographical locations on Earth. Using satellite photos (not in real-time though), Google Earth allows you to zoom in and out of places like North Korea, giving you a bird’s eyeview of any country of choice.

Recently, the Google Earth community set their sights on North Korea following the recent missile testings. What they found out were fascinating evidence of abandoned missile silos, a working military airport, and other military installations including military vessels docked.

Read the story here at INQ7.net Technology.

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Erwin Oliva

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