Google Street View Brings the International Space Station to You

Google Street View is known for their detailed panoramic views of almost anywhere in the world. Launched in 2007, Google Street Views uses anything mobile, from cars to bikes and even snowmobiles, to capture images of streets in urban and rural areas of the world.

But now, Google has taken the views to a galactic level—literally. Thanks to Google Street Views, you are now able to browse the different modules of the International Space Station and discover the daily life of the astronauts. Fifteen modules of the ISS were added to Google Street View, each completed with annotations and explanations.

To visit the ISS, go directly to Google Street View. Check out some of the views captured in the video below.

Via: ufunk.net

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