I know it isn't new, but I've just recently used Google Earth. It is really wonderful. Try it out.
If you are like most people, you'll start by looking for your own house, and whether your car was sitting in the driveway or not on the day they flew over.
Then you'll scroll round to Conseco Fieldhouse, and find the really clear street-level photos that Google Earth provides from several angles. You can scope out practically all of the main streets of Indy (and any other large city) with these street-level photos.
The detail in other countries is less - but still amazing. You can, for instance, just type "Taj Mahal" in the "Fly To:" blank and the globe will spin around and zoom you into an aerial photo of the Taj Mahal, which you can circle around with mouse movements.
I looked at my old house in Naryn, Kyrgyzstan, and you can, too. It is at:
41 degrees, 25 minutes, 42.56 seconds North; 76 degrees, 00 minutes, 14.56 seconds East
The place where I lived in Peace Corps was burned down. But the foundation of it is still there at:
6 degrees, 04 minutes, 03.66 seconds North; 8 degrees, 08 minutes, 30.50 seconds West.
Check it out, and share what you find in this thread.