Take a Panoramic Tour of NASA’s Kennedy Space Center with Google Street View

The Kennedy Space Cen­ter in Flori­da turns 50 this year. To cel­e­brate the occa­sion, NASA and Google Street View have teamed up to give the pub­lic unprece­dent­ed access to this cen­ter of space inno­va­tion. Start­ing today, you can explore 6,000 panoram­ic views of the Space Cen­ter. Some of the high­lights tout­ed by Google include:

You can start your tour here. Oth­er great places to vis­it with Street View include: Pom­peii and oth­er his­tor­i­cal sites, the Ama­zon BasinShackleton’s Antarc­tic, Ver­sailles, The White House, and 151 Great Muse­ums Across the Globe.

via Giz­mo­do and Google

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