Google Earth: NASA Images show Oil Spill in Gulf of Mexico

By Alan Ng - Apr 29, 2010

For those of you who are yet to hear about the huge oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, we have some images to show you now, letting you see the exact extent of the damage caused.

As reported from GEarthBlog, NASA has released a few images of the oil spill for you to check out, but you can now also view the imagery on Google Earth as well if you prefer.

Worrying times remain for officials as they attempt to bring the leak under control, as the oil is situated near the coast of Louisiana, with fears it may find its way to the coastline if not brought under control.

There is also a high resolution version of NASA’s image through the link, which you can zoom in for clearer detail. What are your thoughts on the oil spill?

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  • hamandcheese

    there is no wrong way to eat a reeses peanut butter cup

  • Blue

    It's the BP oil spill, NOT the Gulf Oil Spill