NASA: ISS 360 Virtual tours

If you always wanted to have a look around inside the International Space Station and your uncle is not the new president of a former communist country or a Billionaire – here’s your chance:

The NASA has put up a web site dedicated to the ISS with introduction videos, external and internal 360 tours and much more.

Don’t miss the external 360 video

Click on the image below for the link (multimedia)

link to NASA ISS web site

Now, could someone please tell us where that damn space toilet is.

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