This is the second in a series of posts on Google Earth data sizes. Yesterday we had a look at 3D imagery and also compared it to the aerial imagery in the same location. Today we are looking a the different types of 2D imagery. As we have seen in the past, Google Earth has imagery in a wide variety of resolutions.
We tested using regions of 100 square kilometres with a camera height of 1 km, except for the regions with aerial imagery, where we set the camera hight to 300 m to try and ensure the imagery loaded completely.