360-imagery of the International Space Station

Google has released Street View’s first gravity-free collection – letting you virtually explore the International Space Station in 360-degree imagery from Google Maps and Earth.

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360-imagery of the International Space Station
The Cupola is a small module designed or the observation of operations outside the International Space Station, such as robotic activities, the approach of vehicles, and extravehicular activity. The Cupola has six side windows and a direct nadir viewing window, all of which are equipped with shitters to protect them from contamination and collisions with orbital debris or micrometeorites. Plus, it is designed to house the robotic workstation that controls the ISS’s remote manipulator arm. (Google/NASA)
  • 360-imagery of the International Space Station
  • 360-imagery of the International Space Station
  • 360-imagery of the International Space Station
  • 360-imagery of the International Space Station
  • 360-imagery of the International Space Station
  • 360-imagery of the International Space Station

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