After enjoying various visits to sites like Antarctica, the Amazon and several famous museums via Google’s Street View, it is now time to make a new trip and that too to a site, which you would have never thought of visiting so easily like this.
The news is talking about the new destination that Street View has planned to take its viewers to. It is none other than the Mission-critical sites at Florida’s John F. Kennedy Space Center.
Yes, this new project has come up with the joint efforts of the search giant and NASA. With this new approach, here comes an amazing chance for viewers to enjoy the Google’s special and biggest collection of Street View photos with 6,000 panoramic views of NASA’s historic site that were collected especially for come space-faring missions.
Street View now can also take you to some earlier highly restricted sites like the exterior views of the decommissioned Space Shuttles Atlantis and Endeavour, Launchpad 39A, Launch Firing Room #4, and even to the view of classic space vehicles such as the Apollo 14 Command Module etc.
"We are pleased to partner with Google on the new Street View project, which offers the public a behind-the-scenes look at the Kennedy Space Center's unique facilities that launched humans to the moon and space shuttles to low Earth orbit", NASA's Ms. Lisa Malone said in a statement.
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