View Full Version : Latest GeoEye Satellite Imagery of Haiti Devastation Now Available on Google Earth

2010-Jan-14, 05:50 PM
The folks at Google Earth and the satellite imaging company GeoEye have teamed up to make available the most recent satellite imagery of Haiti — taken at approximately 10:27am EST on January 13, 2010. It is available as a KML overlay for Google Earth, and you can download the KML here and open it [...]

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2010-Jan-19, 09:53 PM
Does it include this:


Royal Caribbean's decision to dock ships at Haitian resort creates controversy

By now, most of us have seen and heard about the profound devastation and suffering wrought upon Haiti last week after a massive earthquake. So you'd probably think there's no way that cruising tourists could have returned to frolicking on Haiti's beaches mere miles from where people are trapped beneath the rubble of a decimated city. Unfortunately, you'd be wrong.

On Sunday, the Guardian reported that Florida-based Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines is docking ships at the "picturesque wooded peninsula" known as Labadee, which it leases on Haiti's northern coast. At Labadee, passengers "enjoy jetski rides, parasailing, and rum cocktails delivered to their hammocks."


Some people are truly that callus and selfish. Boggles my mind.