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“ I’d love to share beauty out the window each day, but no good w/camera-just took bunch-o-pics to learn my craft-here’s 1-they’ll get better. “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA

 

 

 

Bilder vom 27. April 2017 – 29. April 2017 via Jack Fischer (USA/NASA) und Thomas Pesquet (Frankreich/ESA). Die Astronauten Jack Fischer und Thomas Pesquet gehören zur ISS-Expedition 51.

 

 

 

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Thomas Pesquet auf Twitter

Thomas Pesquet auf Facebook


“ Disco lights + cabbage + space = salad tomorrow! VEGGIE experiment is finding new ways to stimulate plant growth for us in space & on Earth. “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ I’ll cover the US until becomes a photo master too: Washington D.C., its Capitol & National Mall, the Obelisk and its shadow! 🇺🇸 “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ The proportions of the rock of are impressive compared to the city! There’s an airport with a very short landing strip too “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ A a bit different: Gibraltar! Lots of ships anchored around  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ Au détour de l’océan Indien: les atolls des Maldives, coin de paradis menacé par la montée des eaux  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ Paradise in the Indian Ocean: the beautiful Maldives, threatened by the rising water levels  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ After the mission, I will go back to my homeland Normandy. Seems like it is posing here, at the border to the Manche department  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ Seine-Maritime, where I come from. The loops of the Seine undulate from Le Havre to Paris via Rouen  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ Rouen, the regional capital, where I did a part of my studies at the Lycée Pierre Corneille!  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ The moon rising! Sometimes I look away from earth to admire the beauties space has to offer  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ La mer comme un miroir s’écarte pour laisser passer ce minuscule esquif vu d’ici… même s’il doit bien faire quelques centaines de tonnes! “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ A calm ocean seems to separate into two in the wake of this ship.  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

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