Want to explore the solar system and follow National Aeronautics and Space Administration space missions in real time? NASA is giving you the chance to through a new interactive Webbased Application tool called Eyes on the Solar System. The space agency said that the tool combines video game technology and National Aeronautics and Space Administration data to create an environment for users to ride along with agency spacecraft as they explore the cosmos. "You are now free to move about the solar system," Blaine Baggett, a manager at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in La Canada Flintridge, said in a statement. “See what National Aeronautics and Space Administration spacecraft see nd where they are right now all without leaving your computer.” By using a mouse and keyboard your computer, online users can zip through space and explore anything that catches their interest in Aeronautics and space. For example, National Aeronautics and Space Administration in August launched a probe called June that will explore Jupiter. Users can follow the Juno spacecraft and look over its “shoulder” to see what it sees and even look ahead to find out what’s ahead on Juno's five-year journey. Users' point of view can alternate from faraway to close-up, and switch from 2-D to 3-D with the aid of 3-D glasses. Users can also travel back in time because Eyes on the Solar System has National Aeronautics and Space Administration data dating from 1950. Download the tool here (http://solarsystem.nasa.gov/eyes/). A free browser plug-in, available at the site, is required to run it.