Google yesterday allowed users to take a tour inside NASA's International Space Station. You will now be able to access 360-degree panoramic images showing the way and environment where astronauts will live on this space station in the coming period.
Google's global program manager explained that the 3D feature of the station will give a glimpse of all the people in the world who once dreamed of being astronauts. This feature allows you to click on anything at the station to learn more about it. As well as the method of use and function
It is noteworthy that the International Space Station was launched in the orbit of the lower ground in 1998, and has since become a major center for joint research between the United States, Russia, Canada, Japan and Europe, and live by several astronauts from a large number of countries where they conduct research on board, Miles above the planet.
To take a tour inside the International Space Station you can access the following link: Google Street View