At the end of last year, Russian cosmonaut cosmonaut Andrei Borisenko posted on the network a tour of the ISS with a 360-degree view. The idea seemed to appeal to the Google Street View team, which is supported by NASA experts at the Johnson Space Center in Houston and at the Space Flight Center. Huntsville Marshall has created a detailed virtual look inside the International Space Station.
The project was photographed by astronaut Thomas Peske from the European Space Agency, who spent six months on board the ISS as a flight engineer. As equipment for 360-degree shooting, an ordinary SLR camera was used. Now anyone can walk around the station through Street View, carefully looking at man-made space creation, life and the world of astronauts., Google Street View