French astronaut Thomas Pesquet has been busy throughout his second stint on the Worldwide Area Station (ISS). We have beforehand seen his photographs of a uncommon blue ‘transient luminous event,’ a stunning blue auroral display, and a photo that illustrates how quickly the ISS orbits Earth. It orbits Earth at about 7.66km per second, by the way in which. Pesquet is coming back from area subsequent month, however earlier than he comes again, he produced a very cool 360-degree tour of the ISS. When you’ve needed to see what it is prefer to float within the ISS in microgravity circumstances, now you may.

The roughly minute-long tour was filmed with an unidentified 360-degree digicam and exhibits Pesquet floating from Node-3 to Europe’s Columbus laboratory. It could solely be 54 seconds lengthy, however it’s price going by way of a number of instances at totally different angles. You should use on-screen controls to maneuver the digicam round.

The video above excursions solely a few of the ISS, because the area station is constructed of many alternative items, together with a cupola, the US’s lab, multi-purpose modules, a Japanese pressurized module and extra.

This diagram exhibits the route Pesquet took throughout his brief video tour. Credit score: ESA

When you prefer to see further 360-degree excursions that Pesquet has made just lately, you may test them out beneath.