Tunnel to the Other Side of the Google Earth

Have you ever wondered which part of the other side of the earth is directly below you? Find out using this Google Earth tunnelling tool.

Google Earth Tunnelling Tool

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How to use the Google Earth Tunnelling Tool

Drag and zoom from Map 1. Map 2 will then react by moving to the equivalent place on the other side of the Earth.

Note: The Google Earth API has been deprecated as of December 12th, 2014. The API will continue to work on supported browsers until December 12th, 2015, and will shut down on that date.

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Relevant Links

  • Map Tunnelling Tool
  • Google Earth API
  • Previous Comments For This Page

    Maybe if this doesnt work try Map Tunnelling Tool.
    On 25th October 2015

    So, you can not see this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kZkExcSO2bM
    On 28th July 2015

    absolute POS! Waste of time, nothing works...no help.
    On 14th February 2015

    Nooooooooooo!!!!!!! I knew I would be in China........
    By Jeff 9/10/14 on 11th September 2014

    Marco, have a look at this Jumping into a tunnel through the Earth .
    By Free Map Tools on 13th August 2014

    I've been wanting to know this for years!, many thanks. Disappointing to see that I would just end up in the ocean if I kept digging though! ha ha. Discounting the hot middle of the earth what would happen to the water if a tunnel was built though one end of the earth in to the ocean on the other side? and if a tunnel was built point to point on land to land on the other side of the earth and I jumped in to it would I eventually slow down and just float in the middle?.
    By Marco on 13th August 2014

    If there are problems, please use this link : http://www.google.com/earth/plugin/error.html
    By Free Map Tools on 28th January 2014

    Hi, the plugin should load automatically. This has been tested in IE, Chrome and Firefox
    By Free Map Tools on 28th January 2014

    this is dumb. i'm using GOOGLE CHROME and the maps are blank. i had to open this page up in internet explorer. why do you not have a message saying why its blank and what to do to fix it? or if you have chrome, you must do...
    By TJ on 28th January 2014

    nice some day before i discused with my budys about this and today when i searched i got it and before this the calculation that i made about my place opposite was exactly or naerly trhe same 1
    By zeet/sbp on 22nd July 2013

    This is great fun! Edinburgh's antipode is even colder-looking than Edinburgh ;)
    On 7th November 2012

    I seen something in school about a tunnel to the beginning of time
    On 11th June 2012

    It's so easy, just draw 20kkm around
    By Rooth on 26th July 2011

    Awesome. Brisbane, Australia ends up in the North Atlantic
    On 20th July 2011

    This is Great, I always thought that maybe a city would be under my house, now I know that if I go there I better bring a rod & reel. June 14 2010
    On 14th June 2010

    I was just wondering today if I could find just this sort of thing online. Thank you!
    On 7th April 2010

    This is really great. I can now find my back garden and then see exactly where I will drown in the Pacific Ocean should I start digging. Thanks for this, it is really interesting. Seems as most people would end up in one or other ocean should they start digging.
    By Bob Deyzel on 23rd March 2010

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