There are lots of updates to the original imagery, too, and the search function's been improved, according to Google.
There's a browsable layer of our favorite satellite images, visible and infrared global views, geo-located excerpts from A Traveler's Guide to Mars, and others. We've also included 3D models of NASA rovers and, if you follow their tracks, the 360-degree panoramic photos they captured from the surface. Just like browsing on Earth, you can use the search box to locate famous sites like the face on Mars.
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