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“ Thanks for this pic from today–Wow, what a view! & whole team fixed critical station part… we’re back in business! “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA

 

 

 

Bilder vom 23. Mai 2017 – 25. Mai 2017 via Jack Fischer (USA/NASA) und Thomas Pesquet  (Frankreich/ESA). Die Astronauten Jack Fischer und Thomas Pesquet gehören zur ISS-Expedition 51.

 

 

 

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“ Alright, imagine the clouds are really thunder-clouds, then this looks like a wicked-bad (but wicked cool) lightning storm…  “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ Changed a window cover today–it’s like having a new windshield, only your car is a space station going 17,500mph… I love my new windshield. “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA


“ With today’s two spacewalkers & in – a novel way of constructing future space and habitats  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ This has a nice location, a stone’s throw away from the banks of the red sea, in Libya  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ In the Aegean Sea, you can spot the extremely narrow Corinth Canal with its high rock walls  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ The Aswan Dam. With a good camera lens, we can see the water spill when the valves are open from up here! “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ Cotton clouds cast their shadows on Lyon  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ Hello 🇳🇿 The south island under the scrutiny of our robotic arm 😉 “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ Mâcon on the Ain river, north of Lyon.  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ Welcome to Downtown Houston, TX! Always wondered why they paint names on stadium rooftops. Now I know: so that we can see them from space 😉 “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

 

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“ Fantastic view of the moon from . Shadows break across the terminator line.“ /via Shane Kimbrough/NASA

 

 

 

Bilder vom 20. Februar 2017 – 22. Februar 2017 via Shane Kimbrough (USA/NASA) und Thomas Pesquet (Frankreich/ESA). Die Astronauten Shane Kimbrough und Thomas Pesquet gehören zur ISS-Expedition 50.

 

 

 

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“ Good night from . Amazing view of Bangkok Thailand.  “ /via Shane Kimbrough/NASA

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“ Earth still covered in darkness, but the is lit by rays of Sun as it peeks over the horizon – making us visible from Earth“ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

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“ The city of Jeddah, under some clouds coming from the red sea 🇸🇦  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

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“ Effets marbrés dans l’hiver canadien  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

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“ Icy Canada looks like marble seen from space!  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

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“ Not my best pic ever but first time I photographed a plane in mid-air! Heading for I think.. perhaps an colleague?“ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

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“ Karachi on the shores of the Arabian sea.. the largest city in Pakistan and 7th largest in the world! 🇵🇰  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

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“ The Aswan dam: a site that is practically… pharaonic 😉 / Le barrage d’Assouan: un chantier proprement… pharaonique  😉 “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

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“ The southern half of seen from the west. to . Note the halo of the atmosphere at night.“ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

 

 

 

Bilder vom 2. Januar 2017 – 4. Januar 2017 via Thomas Pesquet (Frankreich/ESA). Der Astronaut Thomas Pesquet gehört zur ISS-Expedition 50.

 

 

 

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“ White clouds on brown rocks: like icing on a cake “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

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“ People have been dotting the desert with irrigated fields in Jordan  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

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“ Embedded cumulonimbus clouds that pilots try to avoid. Flying 400 km above Earth we do not need to take any notice of them ✈️ ☁️  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

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“ Lake Nasser and the Nile downstream of the Aswan dam (you have to zoom in on the picture to see it but it is visible!)  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

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“ My native Seine-Maritime seems to open up the curtains to watch me pass! My roots are here: from the Seine’s loops to the Channel’s shores “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

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„The Aswan Dam on the looks gigantic even from 400 km. “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

 

Bilder vom 8./9. November 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.

 

 

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„R-2: Auf meinem letzten Foto von waren die Wälder noch grün. Aber dr Dom is zum jlück noch do. “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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„Fighting cancer, improving crops & learning about the origin of life. 3 “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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„From up here it is surprisingly obvious that our world is one connected system. “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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„To realize that humans can live in space I needed half a year up here.“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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„To realize how beautiful Earth is, I needed a minute.“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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„To realize how fragile our little blue planet is, I needed only a single glance. “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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„R-1: Letzter Tag der Mission im Orbit.“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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„R-1: Letzter Tag der Mission im Orbit.“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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„R-1: Last day of the mission in orbit“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

 

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Pillars. Looking forward to seeing the underside of clouds again! “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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„Hallo Berlin! Von hier oben sieht man keine Grenzen! “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

 

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>> Currently consumed with “one last look outside” moments. Oh, and doing as many flips as possible in weighltessness. << /via Gregory Reid Wiseman/NASA

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„A little cloudy, but fun to have one last glimpse of the up to “ /via Gregory Reid Wiseman/NASA

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„Last 8mm from the – thanks for making this fun! Next up Nov 23: & “ /via Gregory Reid Wiseman/NASA

 

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>> „Fond memories Homecoming game cheers to v << /via @NASA_Astronauts

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>> „Clouds over the oceans heading towards sunset“ << /via @NASA_Astronauts

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>> „Western Canada mountain range“   << /via @NASA_Astronauts

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>> „The Hudson Bay“ << /via @NASA_Astronauts

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>> „Australia, Melbourne To Sydney, At Night“ << /via @NASA_Astronauts

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>> „ provides an amazing back drop for photos.“ << /via @NASA_Astronauts

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>> „Mountain top clouds over .“ << /via @NASA_Astronauts

 

 

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„A glimpse of ’s South East coast & the Bass Strait. “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

 

Bilder vom 20. 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.

 

 

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, . “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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„Lebensversicherung. Regelmäßige Untersuchungen der Luken gehören zu unseren Routineaufgaben auf der “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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„Life insurance. Hatch inspections are a regular maintenance task on .“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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„Putting a dam on the River appears like quite a daring project from up here… “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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„In der russischen Luftschleuse, helfe und Sascha ihre Raumanzüge für die EVA am Mittwoch anzupassen.“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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„In the Russian air lock, helping and Sasha with the space suit fit check for their on Wednesday“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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„Mars or ? / oder Erde? “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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„Mars or ? / oder Erde? “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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„The only word I have for the Chilean landscape is „majestic“. “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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„The San Joaquin Valley in – completely obvious from up here.“ /via Gregory Reid Wiseman/NASA

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„The western always makes for some amazing “ /via Gregory Reid Wiseman/NASA

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„Our planet is beautiful. “ /via Gregory Reid Wiseman/NASA

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„Right place at the right time. Wow. “ /via Gregory Reid Wiseman/NASA

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„The majestic Alps. Where two continents colide. “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

 

Bilder vom  23. August 2014 via Alexander Gerst (Deutschland/ESA), Gregory Reid Wiseman (USA/NASA) und Oleg Artjemjew (Russland/Roskosmos). Die Astronauten Alexander Gerst, Gregory Reid Wiseman und Oleg Artjemjew gehören zur ISS-Expedition 40 .

 

 

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„Bizarre and almost artistic: desert dunes in Chad “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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„Dams are everywhere and easy to spot from – this is along the “ /via Gregory Reid Wiseman/NASA

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„Breathtaking. The and the Red Sea meet the Mediterranean.“ /via Gregory Reid Wiseman/NASA

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to the left. to the right. I love this job.“  /via Gregory Reid Wiseman/NASA

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„Cool eddies off the coast of in the late afternoon. “ /via Gregory Reid Wiseman/NASA

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„Главный Кавказский хребет подр. в блоге ( detail see blog) “ /via Oleg Artjemjew/Roskosmos

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„Города мира Мельбурн подр. в блоге (World’s Cities Melbourne more see blog) “ /via Oleg Artjemjew/Roskosmos

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„Города мира Мельбурн подр. в блоге (World’s Cities Melbourne more see blog) “ /via Oleg Artjemjew/Roskosmos

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„Космоселфи во время см. блог (Cosmoselfie HQ in blog) “ /via Oleg Artjemjew/Roskosmos

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„Краски Земли Африка см. блог (Earth Paints HQ blog) “ /via Oleg Artjemjew/Roskosmos


“One of the few man-made edifices you can see from space with the naked eye – the Aswan Dam” /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA (Click here for bigger picture)

 

Bild via Astronaut Thomas Marshburn (USA/NASA) auf Twitter (@AstroMarshburn). Der Assuan-Staudamm (befindet sich im südlichen Ägypten/Oberägypten etwa 13 Kilometer südlich bzw. stromaufwärts der Stadt Assuan und staut den Nil zum riesigen Nassersee auf, der sich bis in den Sudan erstreckt, wo er Nubia-See heißt) ist zu sehen. Der Stausee hat eine Kapazität von 135 bis 169 Kubikkilometer Wasser.

 

 

(Quelle:Wikipedia)