As if Google Street View wasn’t enough fun already, they’ve taken to entirely new heights with this walkthrough of the International Space Station, using photos taken by ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet earlier this year.
There’s an added layer of interactivity: as the Washington Post reports,
Floating through the ISS online, you’ll notice clickable dots with detailed descriptions of the space and its objects to help viewers understand what they’re looking at. Pesquet noted that this is the first time annotations — “helpful little notes that pop up as you explore the ISS” — have been added to Street View imagery.
If you’ll excuse me, I’m going to zoom around the ISS some more. Happy to find STS-133 on the mission wall!