Want to have a nose around CERN's Geneva lab where the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is located? Well now you can as Google has added Street View imagery from inside CERN's facilities.
The imagery lets you explore CERN's laboratories, control centres and underground tunnels. You're able to see the Large Hadron Collider, the 7000-ton ATLAS detector, and ALICE, a heavy-ion detector in the LHC ring.
Google's Street View team captured the images when they worked with CERN for two weeks in 2011. You can view the imagery on Google and look on the left for controls to toggle between different levels at the LHC.
Pretty cool - right?