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“ Stunning pass over the Himalayas this morning  “ /via Timothy Peake/ESA

 

 

 

Bilder vom 27. Februar 2016 – 4. März 2016 via Timothy Peake (Vereinigtes Königreich/ESA). Der Astronaut Timothy Peake gehörte vom 15. Dezember 2015 bis zum 18. Juni 2016 zur ISS-Expedition 46/47.

 

 

 

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“ It looks like a great day to be climbing a Scottish Munro today!  “ /via Timothy Peake/ESA

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“ I love orbiting over Africa – it is like flying over a canvas of art  “ /via Timothy Peake/ESA

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“ I love orbiting over Africa – it is like flying over a canvas of art  “ /via Timothy Peake/ESA

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“ I love orbiting over Africa – it is like flying over a canvas of art  “ /via Timothy Peake/ESA

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“ The Pyrenees looking beautiful in the sunshine  “ /via Timothy Peake/ESA

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“ Happy St.David’s day to everyone in Wales!  “ /via Timothy Peake/ESA

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“ Emi Koussi volcano and Aorounga impact crater in Chad  “ /via Timothy Peake/ESA

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“ Emi Koussi volcano and Aorounga impact crater in Chad  “ /via Timothy Peake/ESA

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“ Emi Koussi volcano and Aorounga impact crater in Chad  “ /via Timothy Peake/ESA

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“ Farewell Expedition 46 – an honour and a privilege to serve with such great crewmates  “ /via Timothy Peake/ESA

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“ We will miss ’s – I learnt a lot from the master & hope to continue them. Enjoy Earth! “ /via Timothy Peake/ESA

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“ We will miss ’s – I learnt a lot from the master & hope to continue them. Enjoy Earth! “ /via Timothy Peake/ESA

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“ We will miss ’s – I learnt a lot from the master & hope to continue them. Enjoy Earth! “ /via Timothy Peake/ESA

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“ Catching up on some essential background reading for my mission on  “ /via Timothy Peake/ESA

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“ Spring must be coming – the sea ice is melting in the Hudson Bay!  “ /via Timothy Peake/ESA

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“ Spring must be coming – the sea ice is melting in the Hudson Bay!  “ /via Timothy Peake/ESA

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“ Stunningly remote part of our world, hard to spot any signs of human settlement in this area of eastern Kazakhstan“ /via Timothy Peake/ESA

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>> …and I think to myself, „what a wonderful world“! <<  /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

 

Bilder vom 26. Oktober 2014 via Alexander Gerst (Deutschland/ESA) und Gregory Reid Wiseman (USA/NASA). Die Astronauten Alexander Gerst und Gregory Reid Wiseman gehören zur ISS-Expedition 41.

 

 

Alexander Gerst auf Twitter

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„Was hält die Erde davon ab, eines Tages wie der Mars auszusehen? Wir wissen es nicht! “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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„What stops Earth from looking like Mars one day? We don’t know! “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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/ . “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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/ . “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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/ . “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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„Yachting on a high level on the Plateau… “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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in the last two seconds before .“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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„Glad to be in space with this fantastic crew of Expedition 41! @Msuraev @astro_reid“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

 

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„When I lie in my sleep station, my head is only 20 cm from the base of the robotic arm in this picture. “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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for your morning. Calm. Serene. Beautiful.“ /via Gregory Reid Wiseman/NASA

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rages in the background as the sun starts to highlight our in predawn silvery blue light “ /via Gregory Reid Wiseman/NASA

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„Sunrise over the Pacific. Never gets old to watch this.“ /via Gregory Reid Wiseman/NASA

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„In the Russian Service Module with the 800mm waiting for Italy. Thanks @msuraev for the photo!“ /via Gregory Reid Wiseman/NASA

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„Loving our new 50-500mm zoom lens. this afternoon.“ /via Gregory Reid Wiseman/NASA

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„Looking west toward and the Pacific coast.“ /via Gregory Reid Wiseman/NASA

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>> “Wearing my colors for today’s game. Good luck to both   << /via @NASA_Astronauts

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>> “Watchin College Football During A Workout !!” << /via @NASA_Astronauts

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>> „The View At Sunrise !“   << /via @NASA_Astronauts

 

 

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„Just passed south of North East, USA.“ /via Richard Mastracchio/NASA

 

Bilder vom 16. April 2014 via Richard Mastracchio (USA/NASA) und Kōichi Wakata (Japan/JAXA) . Die Astronauten Richard Mastracchio und Kōichi Wakata gehören zur ISS-Expedition 39.

 

Richard Mastracchio auf Twitter

Kōichi Wakata auf Twitter

Rick Mastracchio auf Facebook

 

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„Flew over Houston yesterday evening. The weather looked nice with no clouds.“ /via Kōichi Wakata/JAXA

 

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„Aorounga Impact Crater in Chad. 345 million years old impact crater marked with linear ridges from wind erosion.“ /via Kōichi Wakata/JAXA

 

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„The Bahamas – I never get bored of seeing this beautiful view.“ /via Kōichi Wakata/JAXA

 

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„ISSから撮影した宮古島、伊良部島です。“ /via Kōichi Wakata/JAXA

 

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„十和田湖です。“ /via Kōichi Wakata/JAXA

 

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„ISSから撮影した久米島です。“ /via Kōichi Wakata/JAXA

 

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„Amazing view of the snow covered volcanoes on Kamchatka Peninsula.“ /via Kōichi Wakata/JAXA

 

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„石垣島です。“ /via Kōichi Wakata/JAXA

 

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„沖永良部島です。以前一度広報活動で訪問させて頂きましたが、本当に美しい島です。“ /via Kōichi Wakata/JAXA

 

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„昨日の富士山です。“ /via Kōichi Wakata/JAXA

 

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„猪苗代湖です。“ /via Kōichi Wakata/JAXA

 

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„石巻から、東松島、塩釜あたりまでが写っています。“ /via Kōichi Wakata/JAXA

 

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„気仙沼、陸前高田、大船渡あたりまではっきり見えました。“ /via Kōichi Wakata/JAXA