See more with the new Google Earth update.

FOX's Brett Larson has the details in this 'FOX on Tech':

There's a massive update to Google Earth

(Moore) "It is the most beautiful replica of the planet that's ever been put freely in the hands of the public everywhere. It's on the web for the first time."

That's Rebecca Moore, director of Google Earth in an interview with FOX News:

(Moore) "No longer do you need to download an application and install it. You just go to the website and the whole world is in your hands."

But you don't just get beautiful overhead imagery of planet earth, you can take a tour if you'd like:

(Moore) "You roll the dice and we take you randomly to somewhere around the world that is not well known, it's a little off the beaten track."

Images come from satellites hovering above planet earth, Google's street view cameras and maybe even you:

(Moore) "They even come from people who take 360 cameras on a hike in Yosemite and capture that imagery and submit it."

Check it out at Earth.Google.com.

With FOX on Tech, I'm Brett Larson, FOX News.

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