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ISS Video Takes You Floating Around The Space Station In 360 Degrees
By Mikelle Leow, 26 Oct 2021
Video screenshot via European Space Agency
Behold: the video to end all house tours.
Ahead of his return to Earth, French astronaut Thomas Pesquet made sure to record an epic 360-degree exploration of the International Space Station (ISS), where he’s lived for about six months.
In this stunning clip, you’ll be able to “float” around the microgravity environment by swiping the footage on your desktop or free-falling with the wobbly grip on your smartphone. The video only lasts a little over 50 seconds, but there’s much from the infrastructure to navigate at various angles.
Alongside Pesquet, you’ll be roaming the station’s five modules, from Node-3 to Europe's Columbus laboratory. Take the immersive tour below.
[via DPReview and Digital Trends, video and cover image via European Space Agency]
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