Google Street View has partnered with NASA to allow the map services's users to explore the International Space Station on their computers. While virtually flying through each of the station's 16 modules, users can click on particular points of interest to learn about each one.
This was done primarly by European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Pesquet, who returned from the orbiting outpost June 2, 2017.
"In the six months that I spent on the International Space Station, it was difficult to find the words or take a picture that accurately describes the feeling of being in space," Pesquet said in a Google blog. "Working with Google on my latest mission, I captured Street Viefw imagery to show what the ISS looks like from the inside, and share what it's like to look down on Earth from outer space."