Question: How do I see different years in 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.

How do I change the year on Google Earth?

Click View and then click Historical Imagery. You can also locate the clock icon above the 3D view option and click it for quick access. Choose the time period you wish to view. Google will show the available options as well.

Can Google Earth show different years?

Google Earth automatically displays current imagery. To see how images have changed over time, view past versions of a map on a timeline.

What is the difference between Google Earth and pro?

The free version of Google Earth lets you print screen resolution images, whereas Google Earth Pro offers premium high resolution photos. The free version of Google Earth requires you to manually geo-locate geographic information system (GIS) images, but Google Earth Pro helps you automatically find them.

Is Google Earth or Google Earth Pro better?

There are several differences between the free version of Google Earth and Google Earth Pro, including; Google Earth lets you print screen resolution images, whereas Google Earth Pro offers premium high-resolution photos.

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