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How Google Earth Mapped 98% of the World

And how it overcame device constraints to bring it to you

Google Earth image of the lakes in the Great Sandy Desert, Australia.
Google Earth image of the lakes in the Great Sandy Desert, Australia. Source: Pandotrip

SSaroo Brierley was five years old when he was separated from his parents. He and his older brother, Guddu, took a train from their home to a city 70 km south. Saroo fell asleep on a bench at the station and when he woke up, his brother was gone.

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