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NASA VR 360 Astronaut Training: Space Walk

Check out this NASA VR 360 Astronaut Training space walk in this immersive virtual reality viewing experience from NASA featuring astronaut training footage at NASA’s Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory (NBL) in Houston, Texas.

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360-degree videos let you look around your environment, so pay attention to what’s sneaking up behind you.

In a web browser you can simply click and drag the video around. On a mobile phone you can look around by moving your phone. In a VR visor, just turn your head. With the visor, sometimes it’s best if you have a swivel chair and a few feet of clearance in the real world.

As always, if you start to feel dizzy or nauseous, take off the visor and take a break.

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