Google Street View Goes To “The Doorway To Outer Space”

    August 2, 2012
    Chris Crum

Google has partnered with NASA to give web users a closer look at Kennedy Space Center from their computers and mobile devices. Google says it will give people around the world a chance to take a trip to the “doorway to outer space, and see Kennedy as it transitions into a multipurpose launch complex for the next 50 years of space innovation.”

Kennedy is providing the largest special collection of Street View imagery in all of Google’s endeavors. It includes 6,000 panoramic views.

Check out some of these shots:

The Space Shuttle Launch Pad

Space Shuttle Launch Pad

Vehicle Assembly Building

Vehicle Assembly Building

A Launch Firing Room (#4)

Launch Firing Room

Top Of Launch Pad

Space Shuttle Engine


Chris Crum
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