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Go Inside the Dragon Capsule with New Interactive Panorama

19 Oct 2012, 21:33 UTC
Go Inside the Dragon Capsule with New Interactive Panorama
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Wish you could be on the International Space Station right now, helping to unload the SpaceX Dragon capsule that is berthed to the Harmony Node? A new interactive panorama from SpaceX allows the closest experience of being inside Dragon. Inside, you can see all the storage compartments, and the panorama lets you zoom around inside as if you were floating in Zero-G. If you watch out the window port, the view will change from seeing Earth, to having the protective shutters closed and then (sadly) you end up back on Earth inside the SpaceX Hanger at Cape Canaveral. The panorama is a fun Friday diversion, but make sure you share it with your favorite budding astronaut — kids will love it! Click on the image above to get to the panorama, or use this link.© nancy for Universe Today, 2012. | Permalink | No comment | Post tags: ISS, Space Station, SpaceX Feed enhanced by Better Feed from Ozh

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