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Google recently updated its powerful Timelapse tool in Google Earth Engine. In this new version, there are new years visualized in the timeline, and images in partnership with NASA have been added. Timelapse has been available since 2013, and it allows a common observer to see through satellite images how humanity has changed the planet for better or for worse during the last decades. The millions of images that make up the system were collected by five satellites during three decades, and now two new satellites have provided sharper images for 2015 and 2016.

"There is much to see, including glacier movement in Antarctica, urban growth, forest gain and loss, and infrastructure development," said Chris Herwig, program manager of Google Earth Engine. We love it!

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