Having installed and fired up the program, he immediately disappeared to the outer reaches of the solar system, mainly in an effort to search for the faster-than-light ship 'Event Horizon', in Neptune's lower atmosphere. Well, that's what the film says anyway.
However, an arrival at Neptune's position after an arduous simulated flight only brings up a low resolution thumbnail image of the planet discovered in 1846 and credited to Adams, Galle and Le Verrier.
Sneak was hoping that Google might have modeled the planets like it has done for Earth, or even better, with fly-throughable 3D terrain-based maps. In fact, he was hoping to check out the huge volcano Olympus Mons on Mars, the great red spot on Jupiter and also to visit every schoolboy's favourite - Uranus. No, sorry Madam, not yours'.
Of course, such maps have been in NASA's possession since the 70s. So where are they? Well it's fairly obvious that the US space agency can't release the original data it has for the planets, mainly because they show that the rest of the solar system is packed with every kind of alien critter known to - well - NASA.
How else can we explain all those horrific sightings of creatures usually described as being spawned up the backside of the Devil – they can't all be members of the Partridge family.
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