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Take a Google Street View tour of UK submarine

Google added another great place to explore to the Google Maps. This time you can explore the mysterious insides of an U.K. based military submarine, the HMS Ocelot.

  Author: mat | Source: http://bit.ly/1a2OE2Z | 4th November 2013  

HMS Ocelot diesel-electric powered submarine was first launched in 1962 and was operational until 1991. It was the last warship built for the Royal Navy at Chatham Dockyard (United Kingdom) and was able to accommodate an normal sized crew of 69 submariners.

As pretty much always with the Street View projects, Google did an exceptional job with this one as well. Take a walk through the narrow hull of the once mighty submarine without the risk of getting claustrophobic. Start right away and enjoy the HMS Ocelot Google Street View experience.

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NikMan, 4th Nov 2013, 10:39 AM
I really wonder how will the improve their engine in next decade? Probably they will make some 3D simulation from all this data and our world will be spared because we will not have to travel around and polluting the world.

Also I wonder what we will be able to see. Maybe they can arrange something with ESA or NASA?
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Spaceman, 4th Nov 2013, 3:21 PM
They could start with the International Space Station then a brisk walk through the NASA secret lab facilities
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NikMan, 4th Nov 2013, 3:45 PM
Yes, ISS ist a must!! I hope they will do it!
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JenniBirch, 22nd Nov 2013, 12:08 AM
I agree with Spaceman. And I'm definitely trying this!
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