Three astronauts—including Denmark’s first—are currently en route to that big hunk of metal orbiting 220 miles up from Earth. The Soyuz capsule carrying them, which launched Wednesday from Kazakhstan, will take two days to reach the ISS.
And thanks to the European Space Agency, humans back on Earth can see what the trio of astronauts will see when they arrive at the station. Earlier this summer, ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti, of Italy (and the record holder for longest time in space for women), snapped 15 photos of each module of the ISS, and the agency has stitched them together to create an interactive, panoramic virtual tour.
Check it out here, in full screen. Pretty cozy.