By stitching together selective portions of the Earth with clear skies, Google's mosaic is able to eliminate clouds and other weather obstructions to create a crystal-clear snapshot of every corner of the world.
Google Maps and Earth's satellite imagery was last updated in 2013.
Check out the updated imagery by activating the satellite layer in Google Maps or by booting up the latest version of Google Earth.
Spatial and Numeric Data Services has about 200,000 print maps.
Be sure to check back often and observe the constantly changing nature of our planet as same day imagery hits this constantly updating map.