As reports of worker strain and Nuclear contamination continue to come out of Japan, Google has released a new satellite image of the Sendai region, which was hit hardest by the earthquake and tsunami three weeks ago. The new images are now fully available in Google Maps and Google Earth. The search company hopes these images may be of some assistance to anyone aiding in the relief efforts in Japan. Google will continue to take updated photographs of the region as this crisis unfolds.
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