Users' questions

Can you change the year on Google Maps?

Can you change the year on Google Maps?

Open Google Maps and find the area you want to look at. Use the slider that appears to go further back in time, then click on the small map above the slider. Street View will then show you historical views. You can change the year by clicking on the slider again.

Can you see a specific date on Google Earth?

Just go to Google Earth and enter a location in the search bar. Click on view and then on ‘Historical Imagery’ to see the image you want for a particular time. There is an option to zoom in /out to change start and end dates that have been covered by your timeline.

Are there any secret locations in Google Maps?

Here are 12 Google Map secrets, and places that you can explore for yourself. Click the coordinates to view each location, or check out the map below. 1. China Number one of our list might surprise you.

Are there any secret islands on Google Earth?

It’s an island that used to be on some maps, but then it was removed from them, proving that they never existed in the first place. There have been quite a few of these islands, and one of them is Sandy Island that is (or was) located in New Caledonia, in the Coral Sea. Sandy Island was discovered by Captain James Cook in 1774.

Are there places you can’t see on Google Earth?

There are a number of places that are considered classified and we can’t see them even in Google Earth. Most of these locations are governmental facilities or weapon testing sites that obviously have to be hidden from an outsider, but some of them are just plain old mysterious.

Where can I see classified information on Google Earth?

His staff later released a statement saying that the VP was referring not to a classified bunker location, but to a secure upstairs workspace. The U.S. Capitol was another U.S. government site pixelated when Google Earth first launched in 2001. Things got worse before they got better.