It is part of its first gravity-free Street View collection
Ever wanted to see what it's like on board the International Space Station (ISS)?
Now you can take a 360° tour with Google Maps.
It is part of its first gravity-free Street View collection - letting users virtually explore the station.
This is also the first Street View collection with annotations, explaining what items are.
This feature was previously only available for Google Arts and Culture museums.
Google says it is using "clear and useful annotations", highlighting things like where the astronauts work out to stay physically fit, what kind of food they eat, and where they do experiments.
Street View recently celebrated 10 years of imagery from around the world.
Since November 2000, the ISS has been home to astronauts, studying what happens to people when they live and work in space.
Several countries worked together to build and use the ISS - the spacecraft houses science labs from the United States, Japan, Russia and Europe.
Google worked with NASA on the project.