Google is determined to let us explore the whole world with its technology! Two weeks ago, the Mountain View firm invited us to explore the daily life of Alaskan grizzly bears through live cameras placed in Katmai National Park. This time Google takes us to the stars to explore the famous International Space Station!
Area not inaccessible for Google Maps
Thank you Google! Thanks to the famous Google Maps and Google Street View, it’s now possible to take a short virtual tour of one of the world’s most iconic Space Stations. All you have to do to take advantage of it is Click here and act as you normally would through Google Street View.
this has been sent Submit hundreds of photos of the station to NASA and Google. A number of experts turned their photos into: create true 360° plans Like in Google Maps. Small bonus, to combine business with pleasure, your virtual visit will be punctuated by clickable kiosks to learn more about the daily life of astronauts. What did you think about it?
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For a short tour of the International Space Station, here.