Russian Cosmonaut Takes You on the Longest Route Possible on the ISS #SpaceSaturday
The shortest route possible between two points is a straight line. What’s the shape of the line that is the longest possible route from one end of the International Space Station to the other? We’d like someone to turn this into a VR 360 film, please. Here’s more, via TwistedSifter
Russian Cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev gives viewers a 1st person POV of the longest route possible on the ISS from the Japanese storage module to the Russian cargo module.
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