KML Browse InterfaceShow Browse observations and objects in Google Sky and other KML-aware services.
We will add on to this page as we become aware of other KML services that could be useful to Browse users.
Google SkyBelow we describe two ways to add Network Links via a KML file in Google Sky. Network Links are used to automatically update Browse sources as you move from region to region in Google Sky. Clicking on the position markers will give information about the source and links to data products and images in other wavelengths.
Getting StartedGoogle Sky is an option within Google Earth. Download and install the Google Earth application
Create Network Links by uploading KML filesClicking on the links below will create KML files on your computer. With certain browsers and computers the Google Sky application may start up automatically and display the Browse sources. If this is not the case you will need to do the following:
Multiple Table KML files
Screenshot of the Add->Network Link window
Create Network Links Using a URLThe following describes another way to create a Network Link:
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