Google Maps lets you explore the planets and moons of our solar system

Not only did Google Maps allow the user to explore almost every corner of the earth, but also allowed him a few years ago to explore the moon and Mars. Now the company has expanded its list of planets from other worlds to include planets and other moons in our solar system.

The new list includes planets Mercury and Venus, dwarf planets such as Ceres and Pluto, the Jupiter satellites of Io, Europa and Ganymede, Saturn moons, Enceladus, Dion, Ria, Titan and Ipeetus. Besides these worlds, explorers can also visit the International Space Station , Across the station, similar to Google's street service.

The Google team has drawn the images from NASA, ESA and other space agencies to create a high-resolution mosaic of these celestial bodies.

In some areas, the map shows a general view of the planet's surface, but when closer images are available, the user will be able to zoom to the surface to view certain mountains, valleys or other geographical features.

The observation of these planets requires long hours of exploration, such as the Carter Gali nozzle, the landing site of the Mars spacecraft on Mars, the methane ocean on Titan's moon, or the new areas recently named on the giant, heart-shaped plane of the Pluto asteroid .

You can also explore the icy plains of Enceladus, where the Cassini vehicle discovered the water under the moon's crust to give an indication of life there., or the huge crater at Mimas, which looks like coming from science fiction movies Star Wars.

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