Visit ISS in 360

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The International Space Station (ISS) is a space station which is located in a low orbit around the earth. Its dimensions are considerable (length = 119m; width = 73m and height = 30m), it is the largest artificial object in orbit. The crew evolves in zero gravity, in these conditions, the notions of high and low are very different from what we have on earth. The 360-degree representation is thus perfectly suited to immerse yourself in the places. Here is a serie of 360-degree videos to discover with Thomas Pesquet some modules of the ISS.

Modules to discover :


Columbus (European Lab) :


Destiny (American Lab) :


Kibo (Japanese Lab) :


Node 1 :


Node 2 :


Node 3 :


Quest airlock :