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I’m Feeling Earthy: Earth Day trends and more

I’m Feeling Earthy: Earth Day trends and more.

It’s Earth Day—take a walk with us.

First, let’s dig into issues taking root in Search. Ahead of Earth Day. “Solar energy.” “Drought” and “endangered species” climbed in popularity this week. Meanwhile. People are looking for ways their own actions can make a positive impact. The top “how to recycle”. Searches were for plastic. Paper. Batteries. Plastic bags. And styrofoam. And around the world. Trending queries about Earth Day were “how many trees will be saved by recycling?”. And “which type of plastic is more friendly to the environment?”.  

I’m Feeling Earthy: Earth Day trends and more

To explore some of the other searches that are blooming for Earth Day, take a look at our trends page.

In our corner of the world, Earth Day celebrations started on Google Earth’s first birthday (tweet at @googleearth with. #ImFeelingEarthy and see where it takes you!). The party continues today with a special tribute to Jane Goodall in today’s Doodle. And kids inspired by the Doodle can create their own Google logo. Thanks to our partnership with World Wildlife Fund. And while we’re feeling extra Earthy this week. The environment is important to our work all year long here’s what we’re doing for our operations. Our surroundings, our customers, and our community.

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Bringing the solar system to life in 3D with NASA

Bringing the solar system to life in 3D with NASA.

The solar system has always been “teaching” us. You can see it in the drawings of the constellations in the Lascaux Caves. And the astronomy of the ancient world all the way up to now. When NASA is helping people around the world to get a closer look at the universe through explorations like the Artemis moon mission or the new James Webb Space images. Starting today. You can learn even more from the solar system with new experiences on Google Search and Google Arts & Culture. Thanks to NASA.

NASA and Google Arts & Culture have partnered to bring more than 60 3D models of planets. Moons and NASA spacecraft to Google Search. When you use Google Search to learn about these topics. Just click on the View in 3D button to understand the different elements of what you’re looking at even better. These 3D annotations will also be available for cells. Biological concepts (like skeletal systems). And other educational models on Search.

Bringing the solar system to life in 3D with NASA.

  • An image of the moon with a map of where Apollo 11 landedSee the Moon and check the Apollo 11 landing site.
Bringing the solar system
Bringing the solar system
Bringing the solar system

And, when you are on your mobile phone, you can even use Augmented Reality to project these models into your space.

Bringing the solar system
Bringing the solar system

And, when you are on your mobile phone, you can even use Augmented Reality to project these models into your space.

Bringing the solar system to life in 3D with NASA

See the Earth and other planets in your space.

You can also dive deeper into these celestial bodies. And learn about the scientific instruments NASA uses to study them. A new Google Arts & Culture project lets you explore the solar system. With stories about diamond rain on Neptune. Gas giants and dwarf planets. Saturn’s moons. And NASA missions like the Parker Solar Probe or Landsat. NASA will even take you on a tour of the Hubble Telescope’s greatest images. Show you what makes the International Space Station so extraordinary. And help you discover how the Mars Perseverance Rover is revealing our place in the universe.

  • an image of the planets with the text “Our solar system”Do you know which is the smallest planet in the Solar System and the closest to the Sun? Learn more here.

The experience is also a way of helping inspire future students who may be considering careers as our next generation of explorers. As Kris Brown, NASA’s Deputy Associate Administrator for STEM Engagement notes. “Our nation’s future in air and space starts with inspiring students. And igniting a spark of curiosity in STEM in today’s classrooms. The ability to see our solar system. And join missions like the James Webb Space Telescope in 3D will give students a unique perspective of space and, hopefully, engage them in expanding their understanding of our home planet and our place in the universe. We hope these students will begin a journey of learning on STEM pathways toward building our next generation of explorers.”

So whether you’re a student learning about the solar system. Or just want to get up close to the moon. We are thrilled to help NASA put the planets in the palm of your hand.

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And, when you are on your mobile phone, you can even use Augmented Reality to project these models into your space.

When NASA is helping people around the world to get a closer look at the universe through explorations like the Artemis moon mission or the new James Webb Space images. You can learn even more from the solar system with new experiences on Google Search and Google Arts & Culture. NASA and Google Arts & Culture have partnered to bring more than 60 3D models of planets. When you use Google Search to learn about these topics. These 3D annotations will also be available for cells.

When NASA is helping people around the world to get a closer look at the universe through explorations like the Artemis moon mission or the new James Webb Space images. You can learn even more from the solar system with new experiences on Google Search and Google Arts & Culture. NASA and Google Arts & Culture have partnered to bring more than 60 3D models of planets. When you use Google Search to learn about these topics. These 3D annotations will also be available for cells.

Google Maps gets a new look

Google Maps gets a new look.

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The world is an ever-evolving place. And as it changes. Google Maps changes with it. As roads close. Businesses open. Or local events happen in your neighborhood, you’ll see it on Google Maps. When you schedule an event using Google Calendar. Get a reservation confirmation in Gmail, or add a restaurant to your “Want to Go” list. Google Maps reflects that too. Now, we’re updating Google Maps with a new look that better reflects your world, right now.

First, we’ve updated the driving, navigation.

Transit and explore maps to better highlight the information most relevant to each experience (think gas stations for navigation. Train stations for transit. And so on). We’ve also updated our color scheme and added new icons to help you quickly identify exactly what kind of point of interest you’re looking at. Places like a cafe, church, museum or hospital will have a designated color and icon, so that it’s easy to find that type of destination on the map. For example, if you’re in a new neighborhood and searching for a coffee shop. You could open the map to find the nearest orange icon (which is the color for Food & Drink spots).

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We’ve created a cheat sheet of the new colors and icons to help you get acquainted with the new look.

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Google Maps gets
Google Maps gets
Google Maps gets
Google Maps gets
Google Maps gets

You’ll see these changes over the next few weeks in all. Google products that incorporate Google Maps. Including the Assistant, Search. Earth. And Android Auto. Over time. The new style will also appear in the apps, websites and experiences offered by companies that use Google Maps APIs as well. 

So no matter how or where you’re using Google Maps, you’ll have the same consistent experience!.

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When you schedule an event using Google Calendar.

And so on). We’ve also updated our color scheme and added new icons to help you quickly identify exactly what kind of point of interest you’re looking at. Places like a cafe, church, museum or hospital will have a designated color and icon, so that it’s easy to find that type of destination on the map. For example, if you’re in a new neighborhood and searching for a coffee shop.

And so on). We’ve also updated our color scheme and added new icons to help you quickly identify exactly what kind of point of interest you’re looking at. Places like a cafe, church, museum or hospital will have a designated color and icon, so that it’s easy to find that type of destination on the map. For example, if you’re in a new neighborhood and searching for a coffee shop.

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