Marble is a free open source world map and virtual globe map software for Windows, MacOS, Android, and Linux. With marble, you can learn more about our planet. Comes with city and street level maps, pedestrian, bike and car routes and more. You can explore not only the Earth, but also clouds, the sun, satellites, space stations in real time, and maps of the moon and planets.
You can also view old historical maps of the last few centuries, night maps of the Earth, temperature and rainfall, political maps, and real-time OpenStreetMap. This is a kde-based project, released under a license of LGPL-2.1 or later.
Install Marble on Ubuntu
Marble is available as a flat pack and through the default Ubuntu repository. Open the terminal apps one by one that run under the Marble install command.
sudo apt update
sudo apt install marble
After installation, you can open the application using the application’s view menu or this command.
Install Marble Maps via Flatpak.
In the terminal, run it under the marbleflatpak installation command.
flatpak install flathub org.kde.marble
If your system doesn’t have flatpak, install flatpak first and then run the above command. You can install flatpak using the link below. Please restart your Ubuntu system before starting the installation.
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How to install flatpak
After installing the marble, run this command to get started.
flatpak run org.kde.marble