I don’t think I know a person who didn’t dream of flying to space when they were a kid. Well, now you can join the ISS astronauts up there in the orbit… sort of. European Space Agency (ESA) has just published a short and sweet 360-degree video that lets you float through the Space Station with astronaut Thomas Pesquet.
Pesquet isn’t only known as an astronaut and the first French commander of the ISS. Photographers and space geeks also know him for the stunning photos he takes from up there. In ESA’s video, he takes you on a brief tour of the ISS, filmed with a 360 camera. In this tour, you can join Pesquet as he floats from Node-3 to Europe’s Columbus laboratory.
The video tour only lasts around one minute. But there’s so much to explore, so you can rewatch it many times, browse through it in many directions, and pretend that you’re in space. You know, like when we were kids.