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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