Google integrates exclusive visuals of International Space Station to its Street View

Forget views of streets and roads on earth! Google has just added the International Space Station (ISS) to its Street View, and people on earth now can take a virtual tour to ISS and navigate it easily. Google, the search engine giant, has recently taken a notable step forward and has integrated its mapping technology with space-based technologies for enabling general people to get a broad view of the orbiting outpost – the International Space Station (ISS). Google, on Thursday, has added world’s first “gravity free” Street View to its Google Maps which boasts some of the most stunning views and imagery of the International Space Station (ISS).

People who are completely enthusiast about space and, but are likely never to get a chance to love to learn more about the celestial objects like ISS, can go for Google Street View which will allow them to explore the entire 15 modules of the orbiting outpost. From started integrating its global mapping systems with ISS views and from 13th July, Thursday, users can get the outer space view of ISS on their devices.

Thomas Pesquet, an astronaut of the European Space Agency (ESA), and has recently made a comeback from the ISS after six months stay as a flight engineer, collaborated with Google and NASA for adding this new feature to its Street View. Thomas Pesquet, an astronaut of the European Space Agency (ESA), and has recently made a comeback from the ISS after six months stay as a flight engineer, collaborated with Google and NASA for adding this new feature to its Street View.

The pictures of ISS, added to Google Street View, were clicked by Thomas Prequest with, it was utterly impracticable for creating a panoramic 360-degree view of International Space Station (ISS).  Hence, its team joined hand with the US-based pioneering space agency NASA as well as the Marshall Space Centre and successfully created a “gravity-free method” for clicking pictures of the ISS with its onboard equipment.Thomas is the most vital part of this groundbreaking endeavor assisted NASA and Google to collect images of ISS.

Thomas is an essential element of this groundbreaking endeavor assisted NASA and Google to gather pictures of ISS.Thomas is the most vital part of this groundbreaking endeavor assisted NASA and Google to collect images of ISS.

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