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varunk

Google Mars is out - free download !

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varunk

explore the red planet with a click of the mouse For more info goto

edit: links removed

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Edited by Daughter of the Nine Moons

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Hazzard

That link doesnt work.

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__Kratos__

That link doesnt work.

Works for me. :tu:

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evil_kenshin

works for me also

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Kryso
Works for me too. but its only being given to members of a certain web site at the mo, so you have to join and log in!

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BabyBash82

Is this some kind of an odd scam? I don't see anything on googles site about google mars..

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Pharoah

It's a BETA version anyway.

I wouldn't reccomend downloading it until it's officially released.

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smallpackage

Its obviously bull. Anyone feel the need to report it to Google? I do.

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Shivel

Its obviously bull. Anyone feel the need to report it to Google? I do.

Why do you think it's bull? If it is, it doesn't seem to be obvious bull. I mean, we do have telescopes, having a full scale model of mars doesnt seem too hard to accomplish.

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BabyBash82

Even though most of mars is still unexplored? and there is really no evidence anywhere linking this project to google.

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Pharoah

It's just a scam, let a lone a BETA version of it. Go here:

edit: links removed

It's in the same format as Google Earth, but look at the web-address.

Edited by Daughter of the Nine Moons

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varunk

It's just a scam, let a lone a BETA version of it. Go here:

edit: links removed

It's in the same format as Google Earth, but look at the web-address.

the page says it is still to be released .... I don't know ???

Edited by Daughter of the Nine Moons

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Azalin

They send sattelites to orbit mars that takes a significant time to get there, just so they can relay pictures back to earth. There is no way they are able to scan pictures of mars through sattelite on the internet. This is indeed a scam.

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indeed
:P Someone try it and tell me if its a scam, if not how well it works.

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Daedalus

After Google Earth already came Google Moon.

Doesn't seem to work anymore though.

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different

That can't be real, it just repeats itself

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Wingman

It is real, it's just that it only shows the lunar landings.

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scoobysnack

After Google Earth already came Google Moon.

Doesn't seem to work anymore though.

Google is interviewing candidates for engineering positions at our lunar hosting and research center, opening late in the spring of 2007. This unique opportunity is available only to highly-qualified individuals who are willing to relocate for an extended period of time, are in top physical condition and are capable of surviving with limited access to such modern conveniences as soy low-fat lattes, The Sopranos and a steady supply of oxygen.

The Google Copernicus Hosting Environment and Experiment in Search Engineering (G.C.H.E.E.S.E.)

I tried to apply for the (G.C.H.E.E.S.E.) job on the moon in 2007 that they were advertising just out of curiuosity as to what the hell they were talking about. I could work on the moon in a cubicle made for maximum efficiency in a no gravity environment.

user posted image

This is the message I got back from google:

Thank you for contacting Google about our Copernicus Research Center.

We've received an overwhelming response to this opportunity and are not

currently accepting additional resumes. We will, however, keep your

information on file should we have an opening in the future. At the

current staffing levels, we anticipate that we may need additional

applicants on or around April Fool's Day in 2104. Until then, we

appreciate your interest in Google and your taking the time to write

us.

Sincerely,

The Googlunar Recruiting Team

Sounds like a joke to me, but pretty funny reading about. :blink:

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meman22

Its obviously bull. Anyone feel the need to report it to Google? I do.

Look at the bottom of the webpage. It says, and I quote "This is just a prank by us but will it be released in reality ?? Maybe the page will look like this only ... "

I think that smallpackage is right. It is just a prank.

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TeraLink

For those of you that don't believe it, check out the link: link here.

Yeah I also think that this topic should be closed so as not to invoke any more confusion. ;-)

TeraLink Was Here!

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smallpackage

It's just a scam, let a lone a BETA version of it. Go here:

edit: links removed

It's in the same format as Google Earth, but look at the web-address.

Yep. Thats what I was pointing out. Good to see some of us have functional brains. :rofl:

Edited by Daughter of the Nine Moons

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Daughter of the Nine Moons

Spam/Scam

GoogleMars link now wants to sell me "Poker Academy"

Closed and links removed :tu:

Google Moon however does look legit.

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