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“ Sometimes all you have to do is shine a new light on it, to see things in an entirely different way–like the ocean by moonlight… “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA

 

 

 

Bilder vom 17. Juli 2017 – 30. Juli 2017  via Jack Fischer (USA/NASA) und Peggy Whitson  (USA/NASA). Die Astronauten Jack Fischer und Peggy Whitson gehören zur ISS-Expedition 52.

 

Neue Besatzungsmitglieder – Nach sechs Stunden an der ISS angedockt

 

The Data2364-space Daily

International Space Station

Jack Fischer auf Twitter

Peggy Whitson auf Twitter

Paolo Nespoli auf Twitter

Randolph Bresnik auf Twitter

Sergei Rjasanski auf Twitter


“ Fire around Mount Vesuvius in Italy last week. Here’s a prayer for firefighters worldwide, routinely risking it all to keep us safe. “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ Colors always catch my eye, like this shoreline…sure looks like footsteps going out into the water.  “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ Fyodor will release 5 little satellites during a spacewalk w/ including this little lady, Tanusha: “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ We say goodbye to Progress craft tomorrow, but first we pack it full of trash & NOBODY does it better than my buddy Fyodor- the pack-master! “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ In space, we don’t have to use that blue-goo stuff for ultrasounds, we can use water! Check out how it sticks to my face during an eye exam. “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ It’s always fun to make sandcastles at the beach. From orbit, you get to see the cool stuff Mother Nature makes on the beach. “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ Had to move some suits today and got caught in a traffic jam. But it was a wicked-cool, space-suit-traffic-jam, so I didn’t mind. “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ Said goodbye to a Progress vehicle today and was treated to another beautiful view. Next vehicle brings 3 new crew – can’t wait! “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ Stick yourself in a rack to connect a cable? On the ceiling? Yeah, that’s normal in space.  “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ We get to see 16 days & nights every 24 hours up here and that makes for a lot of pretty sunrises and sunsets. “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ Well yoga poses sure are easier without gravity. Of course can probably do this on the ground. 😀 She’s a . “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ Well yoga poses sure are easier without gravity. Of course can probably do this on the ground. 😀 She’s a . “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ Oh my, tell me that doesn’t look like a watercolor tray? The Earth surprises me with its beauty every day.  “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ Holy cow–check out this Hawaiian coastline! It’s like a rainbow of awesome, only on the ground (and in the water)!  “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ Saw this beautiful area in South America–it looks like modern art. In fact, I think it makes me dizzy, but it’s gorgeous!  “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


„You see all seasons from orbit. Saw this colorful lake and thought – part frozen, part not, but all awesome! “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ Just worked w/ capillary structures team to look at tech that could make a CO2 scrubber w/ almost no moving parts! “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ Got a pic of the Progress cargo vehicle out of the ginormous Russian porthole–it’s not open often, but the view is awesome when it is! “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ Got a pic of the Progress cargo vehicle out of the ginormous Russian porthole–it’s not open often, but the view is awesome when it is! “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ Spied this cool view through the Japanese Airlock, great capability for us to pass science in & out to space! “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ Doing some arts and crafts tonight to prep for our 6-person crew picture next week. Can’t wait for the crew to bump up to 6! “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ Got an interesting pic of the launch… , & are now on our six! See you in a few hours guys! “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ Did somebody put another Soyuz on the when I wasn’t looking? 😉 Welcome aboard , & ! “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ Storing blood samples in our ULTRA-COLD freezer to maintain sample integrity. Watch how we take blood samples here:  “ /via Peggy Whitson/NASA

 

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