Following on from our report last week which showed you the first images of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, we now have some brand new images for you to check out, courtesy of NASA.
As reported from GEarthBlog, NASA has now released some brand new images of the oil spill, which is still causing huge problems in the area.
You can check out a high resolution image of the oil spill here, but you can also now view it directly on Google Earth, by simply searching the “Places of Interest” layer and clicking the red icon on the Gulf of Mexico page.
If you are familiar with .KML image files, there is also an updated link with the new imagery through the link. Have a look at the new pictures and let us know what you think of them.
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