@JohnWDailey; In a word, No. as noted in comments above, there are software copyright and licensing restrictions that would hamper even the best funded effort. I have tried to use GoogleEarth API calls in some past B.I. work I've done, they just aren't likely to share, and - they already have obscene amounts of money - you can't buy them.
To that point, if you are willing to really do some coding you can produce GIS data, based on a fictional world. GIS mapping is already underway on Mars, and we haven't been there yet. Given a sufficiently granular graphical model, you can create the same type mapping data that Google uses. Please see the DeepTime Maps at NAU for a sense of otherworld mapping. Please also see the GIS /ESRI tools ( this is not an endorsement, merely an idea) at ARCGIS
for a view of software that translates data into interactive maps.
I hope this helps...Hate to see a good question go unanswered.