Marble should be in the repos. It looks similar to GoogleEarth, except that it doesn't zoom in to street-level...it is more like a globe. It does, however, have skins for the "marble" that makes it look like an old-fashioned map, and also satellite imagery that shows Earth at night (cities are lit up), and also the moon (complete with moon landing markers) and other planets as well. It is an extremely easy to use program that lets you drag the map and also the 3D globe view can be dragged.
I heard that the new GoogleEarth now has moon landing markers and such, and immediately thought that Marble has had them all along. Funny how the fat cat always gets the kudos even though they are the last in line.
If it isn't in the Fedora repos, I'll post screenshots on my gallery.
Edit: here's the pic of the moon landings:
I added five pics showing different globe skins available with Marble. See my photo gallery for the rest.