Tuesday, August 21, 2018
Take a VR journey to an exoplanet with NASA’s new ‘Travel Bureau’
Humans won't visit alien planets beyond our solar system for many decades, but NASA has provided the next best thing -- an interactive VR visualization of what you might see if you were standing on the surface of a faraway world.
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