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„Have you ever wondered where exactly the Rhine river flows into the North Sea? These sun glint photos show why the answer isn’t that simple… “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

 

 

 

 

 

Bilder vom 18. August – 20. August 2018 via Alexander Gerst  (Deutschland/ESA), Andrew J. Feustel  (USA/NASA) und Oleg Artemjew  (Russland/Roskosmos). Die Astronauten   Alexander Gerst, Andrew J. Feustel und Oleg Artemjew gehören zur ISS-Expedition 56.

 

 

 

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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 bet every explorer who ever lived was convinced that their ship was the most beautiful of all. I still sometimes can’t believe she’s the ship that we sailed in, from Earth to space. “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA


„The magical Southern continent. My crew mate Sergey took these fantastic photos of one of our rare glimpses of . Like space, we need to explore this remote place, to understand our own planet better. “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA


„EarthArt geo quiz.  and I can’t figure out where this volcano that we took a photo of is. Can you help us out? “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA


“ The backdrop for the race this weekend at could not be in a more beautiful setting. I hope the weather subsides and the skies clear to reveal the stunning countryside. Wishing fans and teams a safe and fast weekend! “ /via Andrew J. Feustel /NASA


„There is nothing more beautiful than to view the from the height of the International “ /via Oleg Artemjew/Roskosmos


“ When we take a picture of somewhere on Earth we are unfamiliar, shows how we look it up and learn where we were.“ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA

 

 

 

Bilder vom 26. November 2017 – 28. November 2017 via Randolph Bresnik  (USA/NASA), Mark Thomas Vande Hei (USA/NASA), Paolo Nespoli (Italien/ESA) und Sergei Rjasanski (Russland/Roskosmos). Die Astronauten  Randolph Bresnik, Mark Thomas Vande Hei, Paolo Nespoli und Sergei Rjasanski gehören zur ISS-Expedition 53.

 

 

 

The Data2364-space Daily

International Space Station

Paolo Nespoli auf Twitter

Randolph Bresnik auf Twitter

Sergei Rjasanski auf Twitter

Mark Thomas Vande Hei auf Twitter

Joseph M. Acaba auf Twitter


“ The caldera of Pico de Fogo pokes up through the haze on Fogo Island“ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ One night in Bangkok, or at least over Bangkok, alive with fishing boats in the waters and a lightening flash to show the size of a storm.“ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Goodnight Ft Collins, Denver, and Colorado“ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Good Morning Dallas & Houston. God Bless Texas!“ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Good morning from . “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Any guesses where this is? (Hint: Really far south.) Spotted while waiting for a satellite to deploy. Nice to see a break in the clouds there!“ /via Mark Thomas Vande Hei/NASA


and the Gulf of Siam at night with some thunderstorms in the distance. And those green dots? Nothing fishy about them… local fishermen use green lights to attract the fish! “ /via Paolo Nespoli/ESA


“ Volare oh oh… Nel blu dipinto di blu! “ /via Paolo Nespoli/ESA


“ What do you think and I were saying to each other here? // Secondo voi cosa ci stavamo dicendo io e qui? “ /via Paolo Nespoli/ESA


“ Вулканический полуостров Банкс (Новая Зеландия) – это одно из любимейших и красивейших мест на нашей планете. // Volcanic Peninsula Banks (New Zealand) is one of the most beautiful places on our planet.“ /via Sergei Rjasanski/Roskosmos


“ Вулканический полуостров Банкс (Новая Зеландия) – это одно из любимейших и красивейших мест на нашей планете. // Volcanic Peninsula Banks (New Zealand) is one of the most beautiful places on our planet.“ /via Sergei Rjasanski/Roskosmos


“ The Territory of Island and Islands is an Australian external territory comprising a volcanic group of barren Antarctic islands. The islands are part of the Southern Indian Ocean Islands tundra ecoregion that includes several subantarctic islands.“ /via Sergei Rjasanski/Roskosmos


“ The Canal is an artificial 77 km waterway in Panama that connects the Ocean with the Pacific Ocean. The canal cuts across the Isthmus of Panama and is a key conduit for international maritime trade.“ /via Sergei Rjasanski/Roskosmos

 

 

 

 

Bilder vom 6. Oktober 2017 – 8. Oktober 2017 via Randolph Bresnik  (USA/NASA), Joseph M. Acaba (USA/NASA), Mark Thomas Vande Hei (USA/NASA), Paolo Nespoli (Italien/ESA) und Sergei Rjasanski (Russland/Roskosmos). Die Astronauten  Randolph Bresnik, Joseph M. Acaba, Mark Thomas Vande Hei, Paolo Nespoli und Sergei Rjasanski gehören zur ISS-Expedition 53.

 

 

 

The Data2364-space Daily

International Space Station

Paolo Nespoli auf Twitter

Randolph Bresnik auf Twitter

Sergei Rjasanski auf Twitter

Mark Thomas Vande Hei auf Twitter

Joseph M. Acaba auf Twitter


“ Happy Anniversary Dragon CRS-1 launched 2012. Honored to participate in the legacy! Pic from recent departure.“ /via Mark Thomas Vande Hei/NASA


“ Oahe Dam on the River…. Do you think that the arrow might point to the location of a hidden treasure🏴‍☠️💎? “ /via Paolo Nespoli/ESA


“ Keep calm and… DO look down 😆!! “ /via Paolo Nespoli/ESA


“ Keep calm and… DO look down 😆!! “ /via Paolo Nespoli/ESA


“ The Netherlands, Belgium and France at night… A special ciao to my colleagues attending tomorrow! Hallo vanuit de ruimte!“ /via Paolo Nespoli/ESA


“ Впервые за время этой экспедиции берега так хорошо открылись для обзора с борта станции.“ /via Sergei Rjasanski/Roskosmos


“ It’s really hard to take pictures of from the because of flight trajectory, but it is possible.“ /via Sergei Rjasanski/Roskosmos


“ It’s really hard to take pictures of from the because of flight trajectory, but it is possible.“ /via Sergei Rjasanski/Roskosmos


“ Ночной , расположенный на берегах реки . // Night picture of am Main from space.“ /via Sergei Rjasanski/Roskosmos


“ Ночная планета Земля в лунном свете и сиянии Авроры. // Night planet Earth illuminated by the and .“ /via Sergei Rjasanski/Roskosmos

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Dieses Bild von Erde und Mond in einem einzigen Bild wurde von der NASARaumsonde Galileo aus etwa 3,9 Million Meilen Entfernung gemacht. Die Antarktis ist sichtbar durch die Wolken (unten). Die Mondrückseite ist zu sehen, die schattenhafte Einbuchtung im DämmerungsTerminator ist das Südpol-Aitken-Becken, einer der größten und ältesten Einschlagkrater auf dem Mond und der größte bekannte unseres Sonnensystems.

 

NASA:Earth and Moon