Visit the International Space Station in Google Street View

Google Street View has added the International Space Station to the list of locations you can explore in Google Maps.

TechCrunch reported that all 15 modules are available to view, along with explanations for some of the equipment you’ll see aboard.

When the astronauts were gathering imagery for this project, a SpaceX Dragon capsule was docked with the station and they were able to capture how cargo gets delivered to the ISS.

This is not the first time tours of the ISS have been made available online. The BBC reported that the European Space Agency published an interactive tour of the ISS in 2015.

The full 360-degree Street View tour is available through the Google Maps website.

Now read: Google “Street View ready” 360-degree cameras

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