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'Space Explorers: The ISS Experience' wraps up with a spacewalk filmed in VR

The final episode of the series lands on Meta Quest headsets today.
A still from the final installment of the 'Space Explorers: The ISS Experience' showing two astronauts outside of the ISS.
Felix & Paul Studios
Kris Holt
Kris Holt|@krisholt|July 20, 2022 1:03 PM

The final episode of Space Explorers: The ISS Experience is available starting today and it's closing things out with a bang. The four-part series, which debuted in October 2020, wraps up with the first spacewalk filmed in ultra high-resolution cinematic virtual reality. The episode, which is called "Expand," includes the arrival of a SpaceX crew on the International Space Station for the first time as well. Meanwhile, the astronauts are forced to reckon with the impact of COVID-19 back on Earth.

You can check out "Expand" on Meta Quest and Meta Quest 2 headsets for free. The other Space Explorers: The ISS Experience episodes are still available too. Meanwhile, Felix & Paul, the studio behind the series, plans to livestream the Artemis I launch in VR. The launch of an uncrewed mission to the Moon is currently slated for August 29th, September 2nd or September 5th.

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'Space Explorers: The ISS Experience' wraps up with a spacewalk filmed in VR