In the many projects that NASA and Google have in the works, one has been making headlines recently: bringing the mass amount of data and images of outer space to the general public.

Ever since American Neil Armstrong took those famous first steps on the moon (July 21, 1969), the wondering of what space looks and feels like has been on the minds of men, women, and children everywhere. It will soon be a possibility for these wonderings to become a reality.

NASA and Google have entered into a formal agreement to publicize their findings. With technology advancing daily, one may be able to watch a live web cast of the moon’s surface. You may even simulate an outer space excursion. Not to mention, real-time radar loop weather forecasting and three-dimensional maps. The data is already available, now the task is releasing it to the public. Look for more updates soon!

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