These days, things have been advancing at a faster pace. Without any doubt, it should be said that technological progress has ushered mankind into a completely different world. This time, it is about another advancement being made by Google Street View.
The application would not only navigate ways for streets and other place, but for NASA's John F. Kennedy Space Center as well.
Now, one would be able to view places like Vehicle Assembly Building, which is taller than the Statue of Liberty, Launch Firing Room and main engines of the space shuttle, which has capability to produce thrust of 400,000 lbs. All this and much more can be done and that too with just a scroll.
This initiative was especially done by Google to celebrate NASA’s centre’s fifth anniversary. The photos are said to be biggest ever collection being done. In total, there are 6,000 photos, said officials from Google.
Google has mentioned on its official website that they have been progressing to accomplish their promise, which is to file world’s most happening places. “We have completed the shuttle program and now moving toward the future with the space launch system”, said Andrea Farmer, who is spokesperson for Visitors Center.
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