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“ Worked in wicked-cool space balloon last week- BEAM. Could revolutionize future space habitats & would be fun to say you live in a balloon! “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA

 

 

 

Bilder vom 1. Mai 2017 – 3. Mai 2017 via Jack Fischer (USA/NASA) und Thomas Pesquet  (Frankreich/ESA). Die Astronauten Jack Fischer und Thomas Pesquet gehören zur ISS-Expedition 51.

 

 

 

The Data2364-space Daily

International Space Station

Jack Fischer auf Twitter

Peggy Whitson auf Twitter

Thomas Pesquet auf Twitter

Thomas Pesquet auf Facebook


“ Sometimes when I look at the ocean, I think it’s alive… A symphony of processes that keep our blue marble beautiful. So pretty, so awesome. “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ My 1st pic of Houston. If you look really close, you can see that my heart is down there w/my beautiful bride. I’m watching over you baby. “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ Well, finally got a chance to show Felt Jasper the office & pretty sure he dug the view-I know I did! “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ Finally a picture of by day. A metropolis that extends far beyond the camera frame. Much to explore in this picture! “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ US cities are huge & geometric: is no exception. Skyscrapers, baseball stadium & perpendicular streets: you know you’re in the USA! “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ In the category „places you cannot visit“: nuclear waste facility of La Hague “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ Looking at catalytic reactions in enzymes in space for educutional experiment Cataliss “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


„Green is showing… ? I love the red roof in that village, certainly makes the owner’s house jump out… to astronauts and pilots 😉  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ Aqaba in Jordan seems sandwiched in between the water, mountains and desert / La ville d’Aqaba, au fond du golfe du même nom “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ This photo in tells tales: nature likes curves and randomness, man likes order and geometry… who will win in the end?“ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ Tours, France. I recognised it because of the Loire and Cher rivers… and the airport 😉 “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

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