überspringe Navigation

Tag Archives: Akaba

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bilder vom 4. Oktober – 8. Oktober 2018 via Alexander Gerst  (Deutschland/ESA). Der Astronaut   Alexander Gerst gehört zur ISS-Expedition 57.

 

 

 

The Data2364-space Daily

International Space Station

Alexander Gerst auf Twitter

Andrew J. Feustel auf Twitter

Richard R. Arnold auf Twitter

Oleg Artemjew auf Twitter

Serena Auñón-Chancellor auf Twitter


„I don’t know any words, in any language, to match the beauty of an orbital sunrise. / Ich kenne kein Wort, in keiner Sprache, das die Schönheit eines Sonnenaufgangs im Orbit auch nur ansatzweise beschreiben könnte. “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA


„Here you can see that the Gulf of Aqaba was actually generated by a tectonic fracture zone. It extends north into the Dead Sea, and beyond along the Jordan river through the Sea of Galilee. “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA


„These big holes influenced human history quite a bit. One of them is the Chuquicamata copper mine in the Atacama Desert, among the biggest on that planet down there. “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA


„“The most beautiful thing in the world is, of course, the world itself.“ – Wallace Stevens (fisheye view from our Cupola window onto New Zealand’s North Island) “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA


„Interesting wave patterns in the Red Sea at the entrance to the Gulf of Aqaba, made visible by the sun glint. Check out their huge wave length. I think these are actually sub-surface waves between two water layers of different density. “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

 

 

 

 

 

Bilder vom 30. September – 2 Oktober 2018 via Alexander Gerst  (Deutschland/ESA), Andrew J. Feustel  (USA/NASA), Richard R. Arnold  (USA/NASA), Serena Auñón-Chancellor (USA/NASA)  und Oleg Artemjew  (Russland/Roskosmos). Die Astronauten   Alexander Gerst, Andrew J. Feustel, Richard R. Arnold, Serena Auñón-Chancellor  und Oleg Artemjew gehören zur ISS-Expedition 56.

 

 

 

The Data2364-space Daily

International Space Station

Alexander Gerst auf Twitter

Andrew J. Feustel auf Twitter

Richard R. Arnold auf Twitter

Oleg Artemjew auf Twitter

Serena Auñón-Chancellor auf Twitter


„This massive salt lake in Bolivia is the largest on this planet. It is larger than some countries. (Salar de Uyuni) / Dieser Salzsee in Bolivien ist der größte auf diesem Planeten. Er ist größer als so manches Land. (Salar de Uyuni) “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA


„Last Thursday I captured Japan’s HTV-7 resupply vehicle using the robotic arm with the support of . This cargo vehicle delivered much needed science and supplies to . Great teamwork with our International partners! “ /via Andrew J. Feustel /NASA


„Good morning from your fellow Earthlings! “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


“ 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

CGSnEyZUgAAjlvN
( ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

 

Bilder via Oleg Artemjew (Russland/Roskosmos). Der Kosmonaut Oleg Artemjew gehörte zur ISS-Expedition 40.

 

 

The Data2364-space Daily

Oleg Artemjew auf Twitter

CGXxyGlWcAA4zfK
„Пылевая буря на (Dust Storm Over Sea ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

unnamed (1)
, Облачная перина ( ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CGc834KXEAAglVr
, ( , ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CGfbcd5XEAAik1M
„2 июня 2015 . Байконуру 60 лет! (June 2, 2015, is 60 Years Old! ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CGkKj7CVIAEpJBV
„Города мира – Аль-Хумс (Cities of the World – Al Khums ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CGnLfoXUAAA7Dou
Юж. Америка ( South ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CGsORCwUYAEXTm3
( ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CGzsQZgWQAA8Tf3
мира ( of the World Kazakhstan ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CG2XvKzUcAA68jV
„Плывущие (The floating ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CG5HkA3XEAAc1nS
„Лунный закат ( ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CHBEKLTWQAEc08u
( ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CHGOw70W4AER9uD
( ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CHGOxDhWQAAS061
( ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CHGOxOsWQAEMtx7
( ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CHGOxDkWcAAG4ux
( ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CHi2SPDUcAAI6Wq
„Города мира – (Cities of the World – ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CHknr2RUsAEvcJ8
„Алеутские ( ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CHnBsvEVEAEuNNt
„Аденский ( of ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CHox-KMWgAEN0nl
„Около Гьячунг-Канг (Near the Gyachung-Kang ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CHvB7BGUkAAN5PB
„Над (Over ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CHyM-HIWcAAgVCI
„На озере ( ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CH4C1IPVEAAd7lm
Иссык-Куль, (Issyk Kul , ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CH8hUUtUAAEHZjn
„Города мира Франц. Гвиана (Cities of the World ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CIBO_VgWUAAwCnC
„Над и (Over & ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CIHQUaFWsAEmRQp
„Над Багамскими островами (Over The ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CIJPc1fUwAAS8hK
( of the ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CIJPc73UcAAfFgG
( of the ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CIOQMzXWgAAqJa_
Сан-Тадео (Сан-Кинтин) (San Quintin ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CIOQM28WcAAoplZ
Сан-Тадео (Сан-Кинтин) (San Quintin ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CIYUhbZWwAEpDy6
„Коринфский залив, (Gulf of , ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CIiroJbUcAAttfd
над ( over the ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CIoDHBRUwAAh4UY
„Города мира – , (Cities of the World – , ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

t
„Лагуна Де Салинас, (Laguna de Salinas, ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

unnamed (1)
и ( & ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CI5v0PhUkAEXgGj
( ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CJEPdMXWgAA158l
() и () ( & ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CJG3dafXAAAMH2i
„Западное побережье Южной Америки (Western Coast of South America ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CJRKYT2UcAAw4Np
„Города мира , (World’s Cities – & ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CJYKHAEVEAAtH6i
„Пролетая над (Flying over ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CJdqR5JUAAAyqr4
„Лабуче Канг (Лапче Канг) (Labuche Kang (Lapche Kang) ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CJgNt0VUkAABre1
( ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CJq-T30XAAESMCb
Мёртвый , ( Dead , Sea ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

CJ5U9FhUMAAPaJd
„Дымит кораблик в голубом океане (The smoking Ship at the blue ) “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos

B-ZBetfIQAAtA7Q
„Finally, at very end of the spacewalk @AstroTerry was visibile from the Cupola. Now time to get them back inside! “ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

 

Bilder vom 21./22. Februar 2015 via Samantha Cristoforetti (Italien/ESA), Terry Virts (USA/NASAund Barry Wilmore (USA/NASA). Die Astronauten Samantha Cristoforetti, Terry Virts und Barry Wilmore gehören zur ISS-Expedition 42.

Die Astronauten Barry Wilmore und Terry Virts beendeten um 2:26 p.m. EST (20:26 MEZ) ihren Weltraumspaziergang mit der Wiederunterdrucksetzung der “Quest”Luftschleuse. Wilmore und Virts beendeten alle für Samstag geplanten Aufgaben und  eine weitere Aufgabe. Sie brachten eine Reihe von Energie- und Datenleitungen am vorderen Ende des “Harmony”-Moduls und Pressurized Mating Adapter-2 in Ordnung und verlegten 340 von 360 Fuß Kabel. Die Verlegung der Kabel ist Teil einer Rekonfiguration von Systemen und Modulen der Internationalen Raumstation (ISS), zur Anpassung einer Lieferung neuer Kopplungsadapter, die kommerzielle Raumschiffe später in diesem Jahrzehnt verwenden werden, um Astronauten zu dem Orbitallabor zu befördern. Der 6-Stunden, 41-Minuten Außenbordeinsatz war der erste für Virts. Wilmore verbrachte nun während zweier Weltraumspaziergänge 13 Stunden und 15 Minuten in der Leere des Weltraums. Der Weltraumausstieg begann am Samstag um 7:45 a.m.. Astronauten haben nun während 185 Außenbordeinsätzen insgesamt 1.159 Stunden und 8 Minuten für Montage und Wartung der ISS im All verbracht. Das Duo wird sich wieder am Mittwoch, 25. Februar außerhalb der Raumstation wagen, um zwei weitere Kabel zu verlegen und das Ende des Canadarm2-Roboterarms der Station zu schmieren.  Die Direktübertragung von NASA TV beginnt um 6 a.m. Mittwoch vor einer für 7:10 a.m. geplanten Startzeit des Außenbordeinsatzes. 

 

 

NASA :Spacewalkers Attaching Cables for Future Commercial Crew Vehicles

NASA :First of Three Spacewalks Complete

 

 

Samantha Cristoforetti auf Facebook

Anton Schkaplerow auf Instagram

 

The Data2364-space Daily

B-bwa9HIEAALQzY
„. Se la Terra si è fermata qualcuno lo spieghi ai cicloni, ché loro ignari girano! Un saluto a 😉 “ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

B-chOEFIEAAF0wl
„Hello ! Flying over the Istrian peninsula last December/(IT) Ciao Croazia! Volando sopra l’Istria a Dicembre“ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

B-dAefdIEAAWiUm
„Hello and Aqaba, great memories! And on the other side Elat, . “ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

B-dmKRQIAAAV0O2
„Clouds over the desert, carried by the wind, one of my favorites. “ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

B-aSaXtCIAAF05z
„My first ever spacewalk today- AWESOME!!!“ /via Terry Virts/NASA

B-aTcPSCMAATMOt
„My lead , with me upside down in his visor.“ /via Terry Virts/NASA

B-aUmVECYAAVaPS
„On my way inside at the end of a long and successful – thanks for a great pic!“ /via Terry Virts/NASA

B-aUmVJCIAAQVbD
„On my way inside at the end of a long and successful – thanks for a great pic!“ /via Terry Virts/NASA

B-ZnTN5CIAAS2NO
„First EVA Pics“  /via @NASA_Astronauts

B-ZnTOCCQAA3HU1
„First EVA Pics“  /via @NASA_Astronauts

B-aNc3ECcAAKvX_
„More EVA Pics“   /via @NASA_Astronauts

B-aNc3DCIAA33A-
„More EVA Pics“   /via @NASA_Astronauts

B-aQAOLCIAAp4_u
at . The wire you see glistening is his safety tether.“   /via @NASA_Astronauts

B-YwlbNCEAAK6fM
solar arrays rotate as it orbits Earth to track sun. „Cable Guys“ & still hard at work.“ /via @Space_Station/NASA

B-YwlbRCAAAwayn
solar arrays rotate as it orbits Earth to track sun. „Cable Guys“ & still hard at work.“ /via @Space_Station/NASA

B-YwlaBCQAA9k9C
solar arrays rotate as it orbits Earth to track sun. „Cable Guys“ & still hard at work.“ /via @Space_Station/NASA

B-YwlXsCcAAdm2o
solar arrays rotate as it orbits Earth to track sun. „Cable Guys“ & still hard at work.“ /via @Space_Station/NASA

B-Y9r4wIcAARK9_
“ „Cable Guys“ @AstroTerry & deploy 340 feet of cable. Now wrapping up spacewalk and heading to airlock. “ /via @Space_Station/NASA

B-ZNF0nCIAABRXV
„. assists & after 6-hour, 41-minute spacewalk… “ /via @Space_Station/NASA

B-ZNF1pCAAAbepT
„. assists & after 6-hour, 41-minute spacewalk… “ /via @Space_Station/NASA

B-ZNF4oCEAAIsSv
„. assists & after 6-hour, 41-minute spacewalk… “ /via @Space_Station/NASA

B-ZNFxmCQAAArL7
„. assists & after 6-hour, 41-minute spacewalk… “ /via @Space_Station/NASA

unnamed
„US at the has just begun at 7:45 am EST. Will last about 6.5 hours. Egress momentarily.“ /via SpaceShuttleAlmanac

ULLTAurI7qxPPpLEO179e0LlVhTtrlVerG0UcXLO8A4gf2DQao4OKb7E9RPDKZIkwenkP7xzU9xFsqXDTd81NqluyIp1=w346-h264
„US at the has begun. Both crewmen are now outside.“ /via SpaceShuttleAlmanac

qFstn3MUYrgIePvuJvmkfAF755cCUXH_Y0k-gHvgV_i0cb9p0Kwl4WhqG8bUWp0tx4CXlAWedVJhZSQDoHWJuG5ql_Oo=w346-h259-p
„Amazing shot of the forward end of the ISS – US at the “ /via SpaceShuttleAlmanac

B-XxK4zCUAAqBYR
„Astronauts hanging out on the PMA-2 to reroute power cables – US at the “ /via SpaceShuttleAlmanac

HX7WiARqiRBniNJdTSFpfqC9KIaE2vAlouO3Rnb-Xd81LiM5fzhuTCImUpoAjbH-6AIzkvk31l6_tDgSFDCKA2APjRHi=w346-h263-p
„Astronauts on the Harmony Node-2. The CBM unit is the future home of PMA-3. US at the “ /via SpaceShuttleAlmanac

8NcIEjwM0BpBRlp8jp-fnrjLqwCtw3xcxCtHl4AePJhTC3Ldm9xk6ik2te6ubeTgO3v5tdk0fo3TT_Gg8iwShm7w6ggh=w346-h263
„Another great pic – US view of the crewmen on top of the Harmony node-2.“ /via SpaceShuttleAlmanac

unnamed
„Todays US lasted 6 hrs 41 mins. Two more EVAs to follow! The Cable Guys say they will be back.“ /via SpaceShuttleAlmanac