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This incredible photo by @Astro_Christina as my #Soyuz headed to @Space_Station in September sums up 2019 – my most extraordinary year yet. #TheJourney was certainly not only my own, I remain in debt to countless individuals on the ground. #HappyNewYear to all on (& off) #Earth!“ /via Jessica Meir/NASA






Bilder vom 16. Dezember 2019 – 2. Januar 2020 via Jessica Meir (USA/NASA), Luca Parmitano (Italien/ESA), Andrew Morgan (USA/NASA) und Christina H. Koch (USA/NASA). Die Astronauten  Jessica Meir, Luca Parmitano, Andrew Morgan und Christina H. Koch gehören zur ISS-Expedition 61.








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To me, the lights of this Russian city along the Volga River appear like the fossilized remains of a dinosaur. My last goodnight post of the year seems fitting to be of a country where I spent much of 2019, Goodnight #Volgograd! #GoodnightFromSpace #HappyNewYear“ /via Jessica Meir/NASA

The  @Space_Station  #CrewEarthObservations project goals are to document how our planet is changing over time. Unfortunately, glaciers worldwide are shrinking. Our images help monitor their retreat. ⁣New Year’s Day target: Southern Patagonian Ice Field.⁣⁣ #Chile #Argentina“ /via Jessica Meir/NASA

#HappyNewYear to this provincial capital – shot at 5:30 am Manitoba time on New Year’s day. Were you still up celebrating or fast asleep? Goodnight #Winnipeg! Oh #Canada. #GoodnightFromSpace“ /via Jessica Meir/NASA

Winter landscapes – Paesaggi invernali: Canada in chiaroscuro. #MissionBeyond“ /via Luca Parmitano/ESA

I have been waiting, patiently, for mesospheric clouds to make their ephemeral appearance in the high skies. And I was not at all disappointed by their ethereal, ever-changing beauty. #MissionBeyond“ /via Luca Parmitano/ESA

La Pelle della Terra – Medio Oriente: ombra e deserto. The Skin of the Earth – Middle East: shadows and desert. #MissionBeyond“ /via Luca Parmitano/ESA

Giochi di ombre tra le sabbie creano illusioni ottiche tridimensionali. The shadows playing among the sands create tridimensional optic illusions. #MissionBeyond“ /via Luca Parmitano/ESA

„Black and white Mondrian. Un Mondrian in bianco e nero. ESA-L. Parmitano“ /via Luca Parmitano/ESA

Un cielo invernale sgombro di nubi illumina il promontorio del Gargano. A winter sky void of clouds illuminates the Gargano promontory. #MissionBeyond“ /via Luca Parmitano/ESA

„Finally found Mount Everest through the lens. Can you?“ /via Christina H. Koch/NASA

First moonrise seen from the  @Space_Station  in the decade we go back.“ /via Christina H. Koch/NASA

„Lost and found . Just came across this one I took months ago. Cool!   “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA




Bilder vom 27. Januar 2016 – 2. Februar 2016 via Scott Kelly (USA/NASA). Der Astronaut  Scott Kelly gehörte zur ISS-Expedition 46.


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„Lost and found . Here’s another photo find I took months ago. Like finding money in my pocket!   “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

„Day 306. Here we go off into . from !   “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

„Day 307. Their spirit and legacy lives on in our achievements in space. from . “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

sunrise from !  “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

“ Had a great view of yesterday morning!  “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

is unmistakable from .  “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

“ Day 309. nights. from !  “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

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“ Day 310. Good night, everyone. from !  “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

! My 11th full month is space! Thanks for having an extra day! ! “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

“ Honoring friends & crew of as we carry on their efforts & exceed limits in space from today“ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

“ Day 311. When you think of beautiful things. Don’t forget Earth. from !  “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

you were particularly brilliant this morning!  “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

once served as critical spacecraft transit. Cool to see from today!  “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

„A ring of enormous surrounding the Southern magnetic pole after a solar mass ejection. archive“/via Alexander Gerst/ESA


Bilder via Alexander Gerst (Deutschland/ESA). Der Astronaut Alexander Gerst gehörte zur ISS-Expedition 41.


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„Clouds over the tropical waters of the West Pacific Ocean. archive“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

„Gigantische Gewitterzellen über den tropischen Gewässern des Westpazifiks. “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

„Burning down our own green lung – on purpose. How would we explain that to an interplanetary visitor? “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

„Mein erster Blick auf Grönland / My first glimpse of Greenland. archive“/via Alexander Gerst/ESA

„This part of the Colorado River canyon reminds me of a snake… archive“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

„Ich glaube, dies ist der Colorado River, bin mir aber nicht sicher…“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

„Space suit salad. archive“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

„When I grow up, I want to be a Hurricane! Low pressure system over the South Pacific. archive“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

„I think this might be Mongolia. Rode there with the Transsiberian Railway years ago!“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

„The river at night, looking N-E, with on the left. “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

, with a fishing fleet in the “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

„At one point, the lights along the Nile river just stop. I wonder, why!“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

at night. archive“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

„Wolkenschatten. archive“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

„Wolkenschatten. archive“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

„Incredibly more complex than we thought: ocean currents visible by sun glint. “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

„Unglaublich viel komplexer als wir dachten:Ozeanströmungen, durch Gegenlicht sichtbar gemacht“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

„Bremen. Hier wurde das ATV gebaut. Glückwunsch an und die ATV-Teams für das tolle Raumschiff!“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

„Bremen, where @ESA’s ATVs were made. Congratulations to @AirbusDS and the ATV teams for their wonderful spacecraft!“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

„Ein rauchender Vulkan in Costa Rica. Ist es Arenal? „/via Alexander Gerst/ESA

„A smoking volcano in Costa Rica. Is this Arenal? archive“ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

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Bild vom 30. März 2011 aufgenommen von einem Besatzungsmitglied der ISS-Expedition 27. San José (ist die Hauptstadt des mittelamerikanischen Staates Costa Rica) ist zu sehen. San José ist außerdem die Hauptstadt der gleichnamigen Provinz San José und die größte Stadt des Landes. San José liegt im Zentrum von Costa Rica in der Hochebene Valle Central.



#Cygnus, approaching us from below as we pass the coast of South Africa. @OrbitalSciences. September 29.“ /via Karen Nyberg/NASA (Click here for bigger picture)


Bilder vom 29. September 2013 via Karen Nyberg (USA/NASA), Luca Parmitano (Italien/ESA) und Michael Hopkins (USA/NASA). Die Astronauten Karen Nyberg, Luca Parmitano und Michael Hopkins gehören zur ISS-Expedition 37.


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„Shortly after #Cygnus capture this morning. @OrbitalSciences. September 29.“ /via Karen Nyberg/NASA (Click here for bigger picture)


„Volare over San Jose, capital of Costa Rica. #Volare sopra la capital della Costa Rica, San Jose“ /via Luca Parmitano/ESA (Click here for bigger picture)


„My crewmates @astro_luca @AstroKarenN captured 1st Cygnus vehicle today. Awesome sight. Congrats to whole team.“ /via Michael Hopkins/NASA


#Cygnus feet from #Canadarm2 capture at 7am EDT Sunday during #ISS approach. #Harmony install at 8:44am.“ /via NASA


#Cygnus approaches the #ISS Sunday morning. #Canadarm2 capture was at 7am EDT. #Harmony install at 8:44am.“ /via NASA


„.@astro_luca at #Canadarm2 controls maneuvering #Cygnus for berth to #ISS #Harmony node. #Exp37 ahead of timeline.“ /via NASA


#Cygnus at preinstall position a few feet from #ISS #Harmony node. @astro_luca in holding point with #Canadarm2.“ /via NASA