Gallery: Finding bin Laden on Google Earth Summary: Where is Osama bin Laden? Two geography professors from UCLA published their theory and used satellite imagery to identify three buildings that could possibly house the FBI's most wanted terrorist. By Andy Smith | February 19, 2009 -- 14:26 GMT (06:26 PST) Previous | Next Image 7 of 7 The UCLA geography team hopes that their findings will help federal agencies that are spending millions every year trying to locate bin Laden. Google Earth won't do everything. Credit: Google Earth Topics: Government US, Google, Government, Networking Kick off your day with ZDNet's daily email newsletter. It's the freshest tech news and opinion, served hot. Get it.