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The planet is your playground Posted on April 3, 2012 Perpetual Ocean Explore the ocean currents that have been visualised by the Goddard Space Flight Center. As soon as the video from NASA hit the internet we were looking at a way to bring this data into Google Earth and allow interactive exploration of the oceans currents.
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Dateline - Liberty Island - Interactive Feature Skip to article May 20, 2009 Imagine the temptation to write a caption saying that Fred R. Conrad of The Times has managed to get inside Liberty's head.
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Common Buttonquail (Turnix sylvaticus) · female, song Tero Linjama Tero Linjama recently uploaded a recording of Common Buttonquail Turnix sylvaticus sylvaticus from Morocco. There are historical records from 6 countries in the Mediterranean, but at this moment the population in Morocco is the only one known. After lack of sightings in the 1990's it was considered extinct there.