Now, you can also go to space and see the interior of the ISS in remarkable, 360-degree detail.
The new look at the space station was provided by astronauts, including Thomas Pesquet, who worked with Google to gather the data for what they're calling Outer Space View.
Because of the particular constraints of living and working in space, it wasn't possible to collect Street View using Google's usual methods. Instead, the Street View team worked with NASA at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas and Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama to design a gravity-free method of collecting the imagery using DSLR cameras and equipment already on the ISS. Then I collected still photos in space, that were sent down to Earth where they were stitched together to create panoramic 360 degree imagery of the ISS.
- ESA Astronaut Thomas Pesquet for Google's Blog
In a blog post, Pesquet also notes that this is the first time annotations have been included in Google's Street View, with helpful notes about different objects and places places all around the ISS.
Go on, explore. You already know that it's literally out of this world.