Pinpoint the date of your satellite images in Google Earth

Are you browsing Google Earth and wondering if the vertical image you see is up to date? Or have just imported a Google Maps image into AutoCAD via Plex-Earth and want to know its exact capture date?

This information is shown in the bottom right corner of your Google Earth window, as shown in the screencast below:


NOTE: If no Imagery Date appears next to the location coordinates, you will need to zoom in more until it shows up.


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