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Daily Archives: März 31st, 2013

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„We saw the Soyuz 34S launch with our new crewmates! Happy to have them on-board now!“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA


Bilder vom 30. März 2013 via Chris Austin Hadfield (CSA) und Thomas Henry Marshburn (NASA) auf Twitter (@Cmdr_Hadfield und @AstroMarshburn). Die Astronauten Hadfield und Marshburn gehören zur ISS-Expedition 34/ISS-Expedition 35.


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„Passed directly over Miami FLA Biscayne Natl Park the other morning“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA


„Tampa/St. Petersburg, FL, with their bridges visible from space!“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA


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„The mouth of the Thames – you can see where much of England’s topsoil eventually goes.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA


„Swansea, Wales. A natural place for people to settle and live, from pre-history to the Vikings to today.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA


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„Plymouth, England, port at the mouths of two rivers, on the edge of Dartmoor National Park.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA


„Stonehenge is in this picture if you know where to look. The bend in the river at Amesbury helped me find it.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA


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„There may never be a clearer picture of the Isle of Wight from space.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA


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„Cardiff, capital of Wales. The Red Dragon, leading the way.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA


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„London, England, from Canary Wharf to The City. Look closely and you can see the bridges over the Thames.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA


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„Tonight’s Finale: A sweeping overview of the southern UK, as-seen from the ISS.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA