Astronaut Thomas Pesquet of the European Space Agency, during his work as a flight engineer for 6 months on the International Space Station, in collaboration with Google Street View, captured images to show the International Space Station on the inside through Street View on Google Maps .

Your captures allow you to see 360º panoramic images showing how they live The astronauts within that space station.

Pesquet, who already returned to Earth last month, says that this last mission had several particular facts. Street View "width =" 800 "height =" 380 "data-lazy-data-lazy –

These small annotations of which Pesquet speaks offer information on different things such as where they do

Capturing the images for Google Street on the International Space Station was not an easy thing, because it can not be done as it is.

Captures could be made thanks to the help of NASA who worked with the Street View team at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas and the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, who developed a zero-gravity method for capturing images with DSLR cameras and other existing equipment on the International Space Station

You can see here and then you can see a video with scenes behind the curtain on how the images were captured.

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