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Tinuku ~ Google brings in new features allowing everyone on earth to explore the International Space Station (ISS) using Google Street View. Google has long had a Google Street View service that has a view to all panoramas to discover the wonders of nature by walking through streets, alleys, home addresses, and discovering the environment.

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Now the same platform allows to evade spacecraft. Google has added a new location that lets everyone want to know more about outer space.

Google Street View features a complete tour of the international space station. Everyone can explore the cabins and all the equipment inside to feel inside this artificial satellite.

Over the last 16 years, humans have lived on the ISS and Google has presented it to everyone on earth. Thomas Pesquet, an astronaut at the European Space Agency (ESA), spent six months on the station as a flight engineer to take accurate pictures.

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"Working with Google in my last mission, capturing street view images to show the ISS looks like from within and share what it's like to look to Earth from outer space," says Pesquet.

This project is not easy to do because Google is not possible to use commonly used equipment room. Instead, they use a digital lens reflex camera (DSLR) that is built into the ISS.

Virtual tour lets everyone explore the fifteen ISS modules. Users navigate and Google will also provide an explanation of what they are looking for to produce a very educational tour.

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