Now you can walk on Board the International space station.
Photos from the International space station appeared on the Google Street View. This was reported on the official Google blog.
Google Street View gives the user the opportunity to view the panoramas linked to maps in Google Maps and Google Earth.
Usually included in the Street View panorama taken from public roads, but sometimes in the service photographs of the various remarkable objects.
This time the collection Google has been enriched with photos taken aboard the ISS flight engineer Thomas Sand.
The panoramas you can see the station and “walk” around inside it, look into living and working modules and even to see the Earth from the Cupola module.
Remarkable objects are provided with prompts, clicking on which the user can read additional information about this place.
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