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“ Hello and race fans. As a dual US/Canadian citizen, I wish I could be there with you in beautiful Montreal. What a great venue for a racing weekend. “ /via Andrew J. Feustel /NASA

 

 

 

Bilder vom 8. Mai 2018 – 9. Juni 2018 2018 via Andrew J. Feustel  (USA/NASA) und Richard R. Arnold  (USA/NASA). . Die Astronauten Andrew J. Feustel und Richard R. Arnold 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


„It is sure to be a hot race at for drivers, teams and fans. Always great to see the cars under the lights in a place not far from home in Houston! “ /via Andrew J. Feustel /NASA


“ Today welcomed the Soyuz carrying Sergey Prokopyev and . It was exciting to see them approach and we were happy to break bread at dinner. Expedition 56 is complete!“ /via Andrew J. Feustel /NASA


“ Mt Fuji – ‘s second highest point. A photo taken during our last spacewalk shows Japan’s highest point for the sake of comparison.“ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


& the Sea of Cortez “All things are…bound together by the elastic string of time. It is advisable to look from the tide pool to the stars and back to the tide pool again.” -John Steinbeck “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


& the Canary Islands “Then there is the sky, compared to which all other skies seem faint-hearted efforts.” -Paul Bowles on the Sahara “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


„Fishing boats look like stars seemingly adrift in the Gulf of while lights of illuminate the distant shore. “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


“ We launched to on a spacecraft called “Hawai’i”. We flew over our namesake today and are sending much aloha to everyone there. The plume from is visible from space.“ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


„The stunning beauty and fragility of our atmosphere is best revealed at dawn, when the sun gently illuminates towering clouds on the distant horizon. “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


„Springtime in the Chesapeake Bay region. “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


„The Great Lakes looking grand on a clear spring day. “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


„An amazing view of our one and only planet. “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


“ Winter is coming to . Someday soon, I want to be there too. “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


„“If I am a poet, …the air of has made me one.“ -Lord Byron “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


“ „I wished on the moon, for more than I ever knew. A sweeter rose, a softer sky. On April days that would not dance away…“ -Dorothy Parker (though only Billie Holiday did it justice)“ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


“ After transiting & the atolls of , arrives to carrying science & supplies to our outpost in space.“ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


„The rich pastels of Earth where the once mighty struggles to reach the sea in . “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA

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“ The dark side of the moon has nothing on the Pacific Ocean at night. As you can see from this short series, Earth is darker than space.“ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA

 

 

 

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

 

 

 

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Sergei Rjasanski auf Twitter

Mark Thomas Vande Hei auf Twitter

Joseph M. Acaba auf Twitter


“ The dark side of the moon has nothing on the Pacific Ocean at night. As you can see from this short series, Earth is darker than space.“ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ The dark side of the moon has nothing on the Pacific Ocean at night. As you can see from this short series, Earth is darker than space.“ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ I was asked this evening if we can see the SoCal fires from space. Yes Faith, unfortunately we can. May the Santa Ana’s die down soon. “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ I was asked this evening if we can see the SoCal fires from space. Yes Faith, unfortunately we can. May the Santa Ana’s die down soon. “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ I was asked this evening if we can see the SoCal fires from space. Yes Faith, unfortunately we can. May the Santa Ana’s die down soon. “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Thank you to all the first responders, firefighters, and citizens willing to help fight these California wildfires. “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Thank you to all the first responders, firefighters, and citizens willing to help fight these California wildfires. “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Thank you to all the first responders, firefighters, and citizens willing to help fight these California wildfires. “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Thank you to all the first responders, firefighters, and citizens willing to help fight these California wildfires. “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


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


“ As we reflect today, the beauty of Pearl Harbor is indicative of the beauty of the relations we have now with Japan and the Japanese people.“ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Lightning is always a treat from orbit, most of the time the flashes of light we see are larger than most cities.“ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Today’s pass over SoCal unfortunately doesn’t look any better. The fires east of Camp Pendleton and in Baja are visible as well. “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Today’s pass over SoCal unfortunately doesn’t look any better. The fires east of Camp Pendleton and in Baja are visible as well. “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Today’s pass over SoCal unfortunately doesn’t look any better. The fires east of Camp Pendleton and in Baja are visible as well. “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Good night from . Bangkok Thailand adorned with fishing boat lights.“ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


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


“ Rugged Himalaya peaks and glaciers near the small village of Dhar Khamengar, India. How do I know? Special thanks to Earth Observation team for their fantastic location identification assistance. They have a great website too: “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ . released today with just over 6,200 lbs of trash, a record for the most amount packed into a Cygnus for disposal. We are in a great configuration with experiments and supplies. Looking forward to arrival soon.“ /via Joseph M. Acaba/NASA


“ Hey buddy… Long time no see! Are you ready to go for a spin? Testing our ‚ health after all these months of resting before next week’s ride 🚀🌍“ /via Paolo Nespoli/ESA


“ With my (very very) close friends and in our Soyuz MS-05, for today’s pressure check of our reentry suit. It’s always a surprise that we actually fit, even more so now that microgravity made us taller! “ /via Paolo Nespoli/ESA


in Southern …The smoke plume from the California wildfires as seen from the International Space Station.“ /via Sergei Rjasanski/Roskosmos


in Southern …The smoke plume from the California wildfires as seen from the International Space Station.“ /via Sergei Rjasanski/Roskosmos


“ Продолжаю серию снимков Южной , где до сих пор бушуют лесные …“ /via Sergei Rjasanski/Roskosmos


“ Some new photos of forest in Southern …“ /via Sergei Rjasanski/Roskosmos


“ Some new photos of forest in Southern …“ /via Sergei Rjasanski/Roskosmos


“ Good afternoon Philadelphia from ! “ /via Shane Kimbrough/NASA

 

 

 

Bilder vom 22. März 2017 – 24. März 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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Peggy Whitson auf Twitter

Thomas Pesquet auf Twitter

Thomas Pesquet auf Facebook


“ Looks like a beautiful ski day at Northstar, near Lake Tahoe!“ /via Shane Kimbrough/NASA


“ The Jason-3 satellite is monitoring our oceans. From here it is easy to see their fragility…  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ With the moving at 28000 km/h, the moon seems to fly past. Quickly took a photo before it disappeared behind our solar panels “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ Au détour de la côte basque: Saint-Sébastien et sa baie de la Concha On the Basque coast: San Sebastián, its bay and island “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ Fantastica Roma! Taken at an angle but you can still make out the Coliseum, St Peter’s, Villa Borghese and Termini station… and  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


„The hand of the robotic arm, used to catch refueling vehicles and repair . The rest is done during spacewalks, like tomorrow!  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ Getting ready for a implies lots of things – preparing tools and hardware. Carefully packed the camera up for  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ A quick moment for the : welcome to the antipodes. An island in the Bass Strait, between and  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

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„Southeastern USA at Night“ /via NASA

 

Der Süden der USA ist innerhalb des Landes bekannt für seine unverwechselbare kulturelle und historische Identität, einschließlich ausgeprägter Musik, Küche, Literatur und sozialer Bräuche. Das United States Census Bureau definiert den Süden wie einschließlich den Bundesstaaten Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia und West Virginia. Dieses Astronauten-Bild von der Internationalen Raumstation (ISS) hebt den südöstlichen Teil des Südens bei Nacht hervor, einschließlich des östlichen Golfes von Mexiko und untere Atlantikküsten-Staaten. Die Ansicht ist Teil einer Zeitraffer-Bildserie, die sich von gerade südwestlich von Mexiko bis nordöstlich von Neufundland/Kanada erstreckt. Neue Sequenzen aus der Raumstation werden regelmäßig auf der Crew Earth Observation Videos Seite veröffentlicht. Nach dem Amerikanischen Bürgerkrieg (1861-1865) waren die südlichen USA weiterhin meist landwirtschaftlich bis zur zweiten Hälfte des 20. Jahrhunderts, als eine erhöhte Zuwanderung aus anderen Gebieten des Landes und die Einwanderung von außerhalb der USA zu einer erhöhten Urbanisierung führte. Die hell erleuchteten Metropolregionen von Atlanta/Georgia (Bild Mitte) und Jacksonville/Florida (Bild unten rechts) erscheinen am größten in dem Bild, mit zahlreichen anderen städtischen Gebieten, die ein zusammenhängendes Netz von Licht in der gesamten Region bilden. Eine große dunkle Region im Nordwesten von Jacksonville ist das Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. Ebenso bilden die Grate der Appalachen dunkle Schwaden bis zum Norden von Atlanta und Westen von Charlotte/North Carolina (Bild Mitte). Die schwache goldene und grüne Linie von Nachthimmelsleuchtenverursacht durch Ionisation und Dissoziation von Atomen und Molekülen (vor allem Sauerstoff und Stickstoff) hoch in der Atmosphäre (über 80 Kilometer oder 50 Meilen Höhe) durch die solare Ultraviolettstrahlung – verläuft parallel zum Horizont (oder Erdrand).