When Samantha Cristoforetti left the International Space Station in June after a 199-day mission, she brought with her more than the results of scientific experiments and memories of a record-breaking stay 400km above the Earth's surface.
While aboard ISS, the European Space Agency astronaut took up to 15 pictures inside each module and recorded videos in which she talks about life aboard the space station.
Now, the images have been stitched together and the videos added to create an interactive online guided tour of the ISS.
Using the 360-degree viewer above, you can float around ISS's modules using your mouse or cursor keys, or go straight to each of the six modules using the map of the station to the right of the screen.
Zoom in for more detail, and click on the play buttons to see Captain Cristoforetti talk about everything from space suits and the station's robotic arm to how food is cooked and how astronauts stay fit in microgravity.
While aboard the ISS, Cristoforetti, a pilot and engineer in the Italian Air Force, set the records for the longest uninterrupted spaceflight by a European astronaut and the longest by a female astronaut.
You can see more of Cristoforetti's photos aboard the ISS and her images of Earth taken from space at her Flickr page Astrosamantha.
Photo & video credits: European Space Agency, Samantha Cristoforetti/Flickr