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NASA team with Google creates great, amazing visual universe

Google Arts / NASANASA has collaborated with Internet search, using Google, to create a stunning visual history of America's space history, which dates back over a century. NASA's visual universe was created through machine learning, which analyzed the spacecraft's extensive archive to present its images in an awe-inspiring constellation. By drilling down into the extensive archives, you can see over 1 50,000 images that all clusters in individual categories from "astronauts" to "hubble" to "Discovery" and "Independence Day". An easy to search, browse / browse gallery in NASA's comprehensive catalog Google Arts / NASA It is like an interactive, always open museum for the stargazer. You can immerse yourself in the future for deep space exploration systems in a stunning visual gallery that documents NASA's new system, exploring the Martian surface and washing your tired internet eyeballs with stunning high-resolution images of the International Space Station. If you recall the selfie-matching app from January 2018 where you can find out which famous artwork you most like, you will know about Google Arts & Culture. The collaboration is part of a major Google Arts & Culture initiative called "Once Upon A Try", which sees the Google team with a number of science organizations such as the Smithsonian, CERN and more than 100 other museums around the world. The purpose of the new tool is to provide exhibitions that showcase mankind's great achievements, highlight scientific milestones and underline some of the world's most important inventions. Google calls it a celebration of "the…

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NASA has collaborated with Internet search, using Google, to create a stunning visual history of America’s space history, which dates back over a century.

NASA’s visual universe was created through machine learning, which analyzed the spacecraft’s extensive archive to present its images in an awe-inspiring constellation. By drilling down into the extensive archives, you can see over 1

50,000 images that all clusters in individual categories from “astronauts” to “hubble” to “Discovery” and “Independence Day”.  artsculture

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An easy to search, browse / browse gallery in NASA’s comprehensive catalog


Google Arts / NASA

It is like an interactive, always open museum for the stargazer.

You can immerse yourself in the future for deep space exploration systems in a stunning visual gallery that documents NASA’s new system, exploring the Martian surface and washing your tired internet eyeballs with stunning high-resolution images of the International Space Station.

If you recall the selfie-matching app from January 2018 where you can find out which famous artwork you most like, you will know about Google Arts & Culture. The collaboration is part of a major Google Arts & Culture initiative called “Once Upon A Try”, which sees the Google team with a number of science organizations such as the Smithsonian, CERN and more than 100 other museums around the world.

The purpose of the new tool is to provide exhibitions that showcase mankind’s great achievements, highlight scientific milestones and underline some of the world’s most important inventions. Google calls it a celebration of “the objects dreamed up and were created by inventors, scientists and dreamers”.

And there are plenty of exhibits in addition to NASA’s collection! Jump on your phone and you can hear the incomparable Tilda Swinton go through the Big Bang in augmented reality by downloading the compatible app or strolling along the Large Hardon Collider with Google’s street view.

It is an interactive museum that has, apparently no end. You can start walking here.

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