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The GPS time and location data are saved onto the SD card which is integrated on the shield connected to the Arduino. With this configuration it is currently not possible to view the GPS information at the same time as logging, but in theory you could get a laptop and use serial (or another communications method) to obtain the GPS locations with minor changes to my Arduino code. To view it currently on Google Earth you just need to power down the Arduino and read in the SD card on your laptop. You don't need internet if you have viewed that Area in Google Earth before (it is good at caching) and I use GPS bable to translate the CSV generated on the SD card to KML readable by Google Earth.
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