CNN.com reports that Google Inc. and NASA Ames Research Center have announced that they have finalized an agreement to deliver more of the space agency’s imagery and information through the web’s leading search engine. This collaboration is another step in a partnership that has already seen the announcement of Google’s plans to build a campus at the NASA center. Under the new agreement, Ames will feed Google with its weather information, three-dimensional maps of the moon and Mars, as well as real-time tracking of the international space station and shuttle flights…