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„Different country, different launch vehicle. Same human spirit, kindness, hard work & passion for space exploration.“ /via Karen Nyberg/NASA

 

Bilder via Karen Nyberg (USA/NASA) und Chris Hadfield (Kanada/CSA). Karen Nyberg, Luca Parmitano (Italien/ESA) und Fjodor Jurtschichin (Russland/Roskosmos) gehören zur ISS-Expedition 36 und befinden sich zur Zeit in Baikonur/Kasachstan, von wo sie am 28. Mai 2013 mit dem Raumschiff Sojus TMA-09M zur Internationalen Raumstation (ISS) starten werden, um dort die Crew um Kommandant Pawel Winogradow (Russland/Roskosmos), Chris Cassidy (USA/NASA) und Alexander Missurkin (Russland/Roskosmos) zu ergänzen. Chris Hadfield gehörte zur ISS-Expedition 34/ISS-Expedition 35 und war vom 21. Dezember 2012 bis zum 14. Mai 2013 an Bord der ISS. Hadfield hat auch nach seiner Rückkehr zur Erde am letzten Dienstag aus dem Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center in Houston/Texas via Twitter interessante Bilder gepostet.

 

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„Shower door in NASA astronaut quarantine facility. I think I want one at home.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„How does the body control blood pressure? Scarecrow on a tilt table to measure how.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Today’s photo is from the Mongolian highlands. Surreal to see a frozen lake surrounded by sand dunes.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Wired head, chest, arms and feet, learning how the body works when it has been weightless for half a year.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„My left hand, all wired-up to measure how my body is readapting to gravity. Part of a Japanese university study.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Today’s photo is sunrise, the windows glinting and solar array gilded in the unbelievably harsh morning light.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„How I earned my breakfast this morning. Welcome back to Earth.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„This is your brain, on Earth. ESA neurological experiment measuring brainwave changes as I adapted to and from 0G.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Spent 75 minutes imaging my innards in this MRI. You’d think I’d at least come out with a tan!“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Today’s photo is of the rising Moon. How could anyone have ever thought the world was flat?“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 


„With the research team from U Waterloo. Danielle, Richard and Andrew studying the body’s circulatory system controls.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 


„Pegboard task – testing hand-eye coordination as it changes back. Just like a test we did during astronaut selection.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Today’s photo is Mallorca. Wow. Please remind me to go there when I’m fully recovered.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Apparently this is a good place to drill for water, in Saudi Arabia.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„After today’s medical tests & physio, here’s one of the several interviews I did, with Toronto TV. Time for a nap!“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Today’s photo is of Argentina. A tongue of mud lashing in the river’s mouth.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

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„Here’s our beautiful spaceship docked to the ISS. What a great way to arrive.“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

In der Nacht zum Dienstag sind die Astronauten der ISS-Expedition 34/ISS-Expedition 35 Chris Hadfield (Kanada/CSA) und Thomas Marshburn (USA/NASA) sicher zur Erde zurückgekehrt. Hadfield und Marshburn waren seit dem 21. Dezember 2012 an Bord der Internationalen Raumstation (ISS) und haben in dieser Zeit via Twitter (@Cmdr_Hadfield und @AstroMarshburn) viele tolle Bilder zur Erde geschickt. Hier ein Best-of dieser Bilder.

 

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„Glorious shoreline on the Red Sea – we keep lists of post-flight places to visit!“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

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„Just a glance from the Red Sea are canyons on the Arabian Peninsula“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 


„“We’ve been flying a “high-beta” orbit: pic shows our line of travel skimming beside dusk (or dawn). Lots more sun!” /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 


„Where desert and mountains meet – we’re over the edge of the Gobi.“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 


“More volcano-spotting! Mt. Taranaki on New Zealand’s North Island served as the backdrop in the movie The Last Samurai.” /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 


„“Hey Tahoe – how’s the skiing?” /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 


“Beautiful view the other day of Monterey Bay along the sunny California coast” /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 


“This landmark cleaving the Earth’s crust is easy to spot from space – the Grand Canyon” /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 


“One of the few man-made edifices you can see from space with the naked eye – the Aswan Dam” /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 


“Volcanoes punctuate the evergreen forests of the NW: Rainier, Adams, and St. Helens” /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 


“Fragile winter leaves? Nope, this is actually fog in the valleys of the Peruvian Andes at sunset” /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 


“Unmistakable Alexandria, Cairo, and the Nile – unique in the world” /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 


“The water cycle at a glimpse: from New Zealand’s snowfields to her shoreline” /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 


“Often hidden under fog, it was a crystal clear night in San Francisco last night – an unmistakable sight from space” /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 


“Sunset on Mexico’s Popo-Izta National Park, with Popo showing a plume” /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 


“Our orbital track brings us tantalizingly close to cloud-covered Antarctica. This lone ice floe tells us we’re close” /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 


“The Caribbean and the ISS sharing an evening yesterday – wonderful and peaceful end to the day” /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 


“Venice, Italy – even from 250 miles up, you can see its famous canals among the characteristic red roofs” /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 


“Day ended the other day with a surprise view of Mt. Fuji in the morning” /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

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„Docked to the mother ship – our Soyuz and an unmanned Progress resupply ship. Great view from the Cupola windows“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Open the window cover and you suddenly see the harshly-lit Station against the velvet blackness of forever.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Soyuz in the Desert – coming up to dock with the station with a view of the Sahara below.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Earth, Moon and Soyuz: Kevin Ford took this picture as we approached Station last week. Science fiction into fact.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„The Rockies are beautiful, and very much so from orbit – What an amazing view! (photo taken 30 Dec 12)“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„The Space Station followed this valley across the Prairie – 30 Dec 12. Recognize where it is?“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 


„The Alps are beautiful, even from orbit. Taken on the last day of 2012 from the International Space Station.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 


„The beauty of the Bahamas is surreal; every blue that exists. Taken on New Year’s Day, 2013 from the Space Station.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Latakia, Syria – deceptively calm and beautiful, strife-torn on the shore on the sea. Peaceful from such a distance.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 


„The Pyramids at Giza, Egypt – can you see them?“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Volcanoes look dramatic at dawn. They startled me when I spotted them through the lens.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Photographing Earth – in the Cupola with the big lens“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 


“Sandstorm in the Northwest US. You can see where they start. Not exactly sure where, though. Anybody down there know?” /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 


“Tonight’s finale: The pall of smoke clouds over Australia, as seen from orbit. A rare view of the bushfires’ effect.” /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 


“The Amazon, as though it were clearing away the clouds. A hugely impressive river, even from orbit.” /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 


“Southern Suburbs of Cape Town, South Africa, with Table Mountain framing the bay.” /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 


“The Dragon spaceship high over Mount Etna – both spitting fire.” /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 


“Tonight’s Finale: From Ontario to Superior, the Great Lakes in mid-March, as-seen from Earth orbit.” /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 


“Düsseldorf, Germany, where the Düssel flows into the winding Rhine.” /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 


“Tonight’s Finale: The Galapagos – just far enough apart to give Darwin something to think about.” /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 


“Here’s looking at you. Chris and Tom take a minute with visors to look up-sun at my camera in the window.” /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

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„Dr. Seuss-inspired swirls in the Black Sea.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

Bilder vom  12. Mai 2013 via Chris Austin Hadfield (CSA) auf Twitter (@Cmdr_Hadfield). Chris Hadfield war bis gestern Kommandant der Internationalen Raumstation (ISS) und gehört zur ISS-Expedition 34/ISS-Expedition 35. Am Sonntag hat Hadfield das Kommando an seinen Kollegen Pawel Winogradow (Russland/Roskosmos) übergeben. Am 15. März 2013 hatte Hadfield als erster Kanadier das Kommando über die ISS übernommen. Am Montagabend werden Chris Hadfield, Thomas Marshburn (USA/NASA) und Roman Romanenko (Russland/Roskosmos) ihr Raumschiff Sojus TMA-07M betreten und gegen 1:08 Uhr MESZ am Dienstag von der Station ablegen. Mit der Landung wenige Stunden später in Kasachstan wird ihre Mission nach rund 146 Tagen im All zu Ende gehen. Hadfield, Marshburn und Romanenko waren seit dem 21. Dezember 2012 an Bord der ISS. Die Astronauten Winogradow, Chris Cassidy (USA/NASA) und Alexander Missurkin (Russland/Roskosmos), die seit dem 29. März 2013 an Bord der ISS sind, bilden die anfängliche Crew der ISS-Expedition 36.

 

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Chris Hadfield auf Facebook

 

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„Belfast, at the mouth of the River Lagan. Strangely, not the river the city was named after. Who can tell me why?“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„English clouds showing how to properly queue over Hull and the Humber Estuary.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Utah ski hills, dry powder and Winter Olympics. Next year I’ll get some skiing in.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Spaceships glowing blue in the dawn as we leave Florida headed across the Atlantic.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Canada rocks.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Tonight’s Finale: Boston, you’re a beautiful harbor city. Hope your Bruins play a memorable game tonight vs the Leafs“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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„Tom and Chris in the final stages of readying the suits and airlock for their spacewalk. A full day’s prep.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

Bilder vom  11. Mai 2013 via Chris Austin Hadfield (CSA) auf Twitter (@Cmdr_Hadfield). Chris Hadfield ist Kommandant der Internationalen Raumstation (ISS) und gehört zur ISS-Expedition 34/ISS-Expedition 35. Die Crew der ISS hatte am Donnerstag ein kleines Leck in einem Kühlsystem entdeckt, woraus Ammoniak austrete. Das Leck stelle aber weder für die Astronauten noch für die ISS eine Gefahr dar. Ein seit längerem bestehendes Ammoniakleck im Kühlkreislauf 2B eines der Photovoltaiksysteme hatte sich massiv verstärkt. Ein signifikanter Anstieg der Leckrate wurde festgestellt und die Crew berichtete von Ammoniakflocken, die aus dem Bereich der IEA (Integrated Equipment Assembly) an P6, in dem sich unter anderem Batterien und Komponenten des Kühlsystems für Stromkreislauf 2B befinden, strömten. Am Samstag absolvierten die NASAAstronauten Chris Cassidy und Thomas Marshburn einen außerplanmäßigen Außenbordeinsatz (extra-vehicular activity/EVA),um das Leck zu schließen. Der Einsatz begann um 14:44 Uhr MESZ. Nach Angaben der US-Raumfahrtbehörde NASA haben Cassidy und Marshburn während ihres sechseinhalbstündigen Weltraumspaziergangs das Leck geortet und geschlossen. Dazu mussten die beiden Ingenieure eine Pumpe (Pump/Flow Control Subassembly) ersetzen. Das Leck sei dicht und werde intensiv beobachtet, so die NASA.

 

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Chris Hadfield auf Facebook

 

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„Dr. Tom Marshburn, well-dressed for a day’s work outdoors. Friend for life.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Chris Cassidy, Navy SEAL and lead spacewalker today. The nicest iron man you’ll ever meet.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Climbing out of the airlock, quite the commute to work!“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Here’s looking at you. Chris and Tom take a minute with visors to look up-sun at my camera in the window.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Approaching orbital sunset, the harshest of light, a blackness like endless velvet.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Chris and Tom, helmet lights doing their best to light the universe on the dark side of the Earth.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Tonight’s Finale: The Moon rising over a bed of cloud. A constant reminder to us all of what can be achieved.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Quellen: Tagesschau.de, Raumfahrer.net)

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„Big storm swirling off the Irish coast on the 9th of May.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

Bilder vom  10. Mai 2013 via Chris Austin Hadfield (CSA) auf Twitter (@Cmdr_Hadfield). Chris Hadfield ist Kommandant der Internationalen Raumstation (ISS) und gehört zur ISS-Expedition 34/ISS-Expedition 35. Die Crew der ISS hatte am Donnerstag ein kleines Leck in einem Kühlsystem entdeckt, woraus Ammoniak austrete. Das Leck stelle aber weder für die Astronauten noch für die ISS eine Gefahr dar. Heute wird es einen außerplanmäßigen Außenbordeinsatz (extra-vehicular activity/EVA) stattfinden. Die NASAAstronauten Chris Cassidy und Thomas Marshburn sollen die ISS 14:15 oder 14:30 Uhr MESZ verlassen, um das Leck zu inspizieren. Am Donnerstag hatte sich ein seit längerem bestehendes Ammoniakleck im Kühlkreislauf 2B eines der Photovoltaiksysteme massiv verstärkt. Ein signifikanter Anstieg der Leckrate wurde festgestellt und die Crew berichtete von Ammoniakflocken, die aus dem Bereich der IEA (Integrated Equipment Assembly) an P6, in dem sich unter anderem Batterien und Komponenten des Kühlsystems für Stromkreislauf 2B befinden, strömten. Durch optische Inspektionen aus den Fenstern der Station geht man davon aus, daß sich das Leck im PFCS (Pump Flow Control System), einer Pumpe und Schaltstelle für das Ammoniak, befindet.

 

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Chris Hadfield auf Facebook

 

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„Athens, Greece, with the reflecting sun showing the wind on the water.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Nicosia (Lefkoşa) and the rugged north Cyprus coast.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Scotland and the Spring sunshine peeking at each other over the clouds.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„A lone jet draws a straight line across the Tatras.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Sunrise catches clouds in the act, mid-Atlantic.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Tonight’s Finale: A springtime haze laps on the evening shore of the Alps. — Big day tomorrow!“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

Audio: During Fri AM planning conf, Commander Hadfield says crew ready to serve for possible spacewalk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Quelle: Raumfahrer.net:Ammoniakleck führt zu ungeplantem Außenbordeinsatz)

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„Spectacular tumult of Niagara Falls visible from 250 miles up“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

Bilder vom  9. Mai 2013 via Chris Austin Hadfield (CSA) und Thomas Henry Marshburn (NASA) auf Twitter (@Cmdr_Hadfield und @AstroMarshburn). Die Astronauten Hadfield und Marshburn gehören zur ISS-Expedition 34/ISS-Expedition 35. Die Crew der Internationalen Raumstation (ISS) hat laut NASA am Donnerstag ein kleines Leck in einem Kühlsystem entdeckt, woraus Ammoniak austrete. Das Leck stelle aber weder für die Astronauten noch für die ISS eine Gefahr dar.

 

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Chris Hadfield auf Facebook

 

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„Am going to miss sunsets like these when we return to Earth next week“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

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„Cape Town, South Africa and the South Atlantic calling to forever.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Moscow on 8 May 2013 – best wishes to all my friends on Victory Day! С праздником!“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„San Francisco and California wine country – a favourite place on Earth.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„.@calgarystampede I would be THRILLED to be the Stampede Parade Marshall! A great reason to come back to Earth!“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Chesapeake to Cape Cod to Lake Huron – in a glance, so much history, geology and geography.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Tonight’s Finale: A view to put the mind at ease.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

Audio: Commander Hadfield reports sighting evidence of ISS ammonia leak to MCC Houston ~10:30am CT.

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Quelle: Welt.de: „Leck an Kühlsystem der ISS entdeckt“)

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„Buda and Pest in view along the Danube“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

Bilder vom  8. Mai 2013 via Chris Austin Hadfield (CSA) und Thomas Henry Marshburn (NASA) auf Twitter (@Cmdr_Hadfield und @AstroMarshburn). Die Astronauten Hadfield und Marshburn gehören zur ISS-Expedition 34/ISS-Expedition 35.

 

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Chris Hadfield auf Facebook

 

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„Ships lining up to enter the Houston ship channel“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

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„Thawing of the rivers in the Midwest US“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

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„Manila in the evening, her formidable port clearly visible from orbit.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Mining town in northern China – the open pits gleam with blue from space.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Budapest, river capital of Hungary, the surrounding hills newly alive with the green of Spring.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Little farmers, big farmers and nature, in Turkey.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Same land, different politics. The US – Mexican border, seen from space.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Strange how the slow flow of glacial ice becomes more visible from here, so far away.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Tonight’s Finale: A long lens view of thunderstorms over the Amazon.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

 

 

 

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„North African landscape never ceases to mesmerize“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

Bilder vom  7. Mai 2013 via Chris Austin Hadfield (CSA) und Thomas Henry Marshburn (NASA) auf Twitter (@Cmdr_Hadfield und @AstroMarshburn). Die Astronauten Hadfield und Marshburn gehören zur ISS-Expedition 34/ISS-Expedition 35.

 

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Chris Hadfield auf Facebook

 

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„Wrong pic on the previous post! That pic was the remaining vestiges of the Aral Sea. Here’s the N African landscape!“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

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„Vancouver to Seattle, beautiful day last week in the PNW!“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

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„It’s not easy putting on the Sokhol pressure suit – a tight squeeze. Like being born in reverse.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Good to know that after 5 months, my Sokhol pressure suit still fits. It’s what we wear in the Soyuz. High fashion.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Tokyo harbour and Mt Fuji – humanity and nature visible from space.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Looking north from our orbit to the forbidding rock and ice of Greenland.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Mississippi delta – heartland topsoil flowing relentlessly into the Gulf of Mexico.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„A small southern hemisphere cyclone spinning off the African coast.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„There’s some great playoff hockey going on between these two Canadian cities. Do they take the train back and forth?“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Tonight’s Finale: Moonset, one of 16 per day on ISS, all marvelous to see.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

 

 

 

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„Sunset on Greece: looked like a beautiful week last week there!“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

Bilder vom  6. Mai 2013 via Chris Austin Hadfield (CSA) und Thomas Henry Marshburn (NASA) auf Twitter (@Cmdr_Hadfield und @AstroMarshburn). Die Astronauten Hadfield und Marshburn gehören zur ISS-Expedition 34/ISS-Expedition 35.

 

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Chris Hadfield auf Facebook

 

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„Some places on our Earth are reminiscent of our planetary neighbors“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

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„The Russian solar arrays iridescent in the setting sun“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

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„Maputo, capital of Mozambique, home to 2 million of us living in this African port city on the Indian ocean.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Dust blows from what was once the Aral Sea floor. Tragic mismanagement of a natural resource.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Taipei, Taiwan – modern bustling city nestled on the Tamsui River between quiet volcanoes.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Santo Domingo, Dominican Rep., founded in 1496. Now 3 million of us live here – the largest city in the Caribbean.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Bermuda is beautiful, both above and below the sea.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Big and Little Ambergris Cay, on the blue edge of the abyss.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Even on the Space Station we have refrigerator art. Thanks Jordan!“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Tonight’s Finale: Our Sun is immensely, unfathomably powerful.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

 

 

 

 

 

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„Shores of Greenland still locked in ice“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

Bilder vom  5. Mai 2013 via Chris Austin Hadfield (CSA) und Thomas Henry Marshburn (NASA) auf Twitter (@Cmdr_Hadfield und @AstroMarshburn). Die Astronauten Hadfield und Marshburn gehören zur ISS-Expedition 34/ISS-Expedition 35.

 

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Chris Hadfield auf Facebook

 

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„The whole of the British Isles in view to the North!“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

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„Southern Iranian landscape as we soar northeast“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

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„Tartus and Latakia, on the Syrian coast. Why do the cities seem to use different light bulbs, I wonder?“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„A view over central Mexico – just in time for Cinco de Mayo“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„I’m always looking to see a whale, here at Tadoussac where the Saguenay pours into the St Lawrence. None yet.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Gaspe like a giant beast, sloughing off the last of the winter’s snow.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Watershed Study – how the springtime water flows around Lake Ontario on the Canada-US border.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„The highlands of Cape Breton still wear the winter’s snow, sun highlighting the connecting waters.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Tonight’s Finale: Huron, Erie and Ontario – Great Lakes in Spring flow.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

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„Direct pass over Istanbul earlier this week“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

Bilder vom  4. Mai 2013 via Chris Austin Hadfield (CSA) und Thomas Henry Marshburn (NASA) auf Twitter (@Cmdr_Hadfield und @AstroMarshburn). Die Astronauten Hadfield und Marshburn gehören zur ISS-Expedition 34/ISS-Expedition 35.

 

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„Sign of spring from space: the greening of African deltas“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

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„Sun glint, sand, and rock on African north shores“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

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„Cosmonaut wristwatch, certified for the thermal vacuum of a spacewalk.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Makkah (مكة), spiritual home to over a billion of us.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„North central England in April. A web of roads, railways and light. Do you recognize the cities?“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„There is no try – only do. May the 4th be with you.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„The southern UK, as-seen from the ISS.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Plymouth, England. Ancient human settlement – who’d have thought it would become the brand name for an automobile?“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Minneapolis and Saint Paul, MN. Home of the classic American radio show, A Prairie Home Companion.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Tonight’s Finale: Toronto. Go Leafs Go!“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

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„Springtime descending upon Paris“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

Bilder vom  3. Mai 2013 via Chris Austin Hadfield (CSA) und Thomas Henry Marshburn (NASA) auf Twitter (@Cmdr_Hadfield und @AstroMarshburn). Die Astronauten Hadfield und Marshburn gehören zur ISS-Expedition 34/ISS-Expedition 35.

 

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„Water levels change with the seasons on the Caspian shore“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

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„Dextre says hello from outside during robotic operations the other night“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

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„Spectacular spring day in Greece earlier this week!“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

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„Shadow play of cloud and mountain at sunset.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Astronaut G-Suit – squeezes blood out of my legs and abdomen up into my head, where I need it. Fashionable, too!“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„What are these sand dunes doing here? I believe the photo was taken while orbiting above Moldova/Ukraine.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Syria, from a different perspective.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„The Earth bubbled and spat like boiling porridge, long ago in Saudi Arabia.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„If you’ve ever walked across a cow pasture, you’ll recognize these. Except they’re rock outcroppings in Africa.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Tonight’s Finale: The starkest of beauty, in Saudi Arabia.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

 

 

 

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„Mountain ranges of S. Africa dominate the view on our NE trek up the continent“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

Bilder vom  2. Mai 2013 via Chris Austin Hadfield (CSA) und Thomas Henry Marshburn (NASA) auf Twitter (@Cmdr_Hadfield und @AstroMarshburn). Die Astronauten Hadfield und Marshburn gehören zur ISS-Expedition 34/ISS-Expedition 35.

 

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„Civilization at the edge of the “Empty Quarter”: Arabian Peninsula.“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

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„The Caspian Sea on an unusually clear spring day“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

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„Space Onion – came up on the Progress resupply spaceship. We sliced it up and had it with everything – nice flavor!“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Tricorder? Our sound level meter has a very Space Age look.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Philadelphia in exquisite detail. Counting the bridges from space.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„A heraldic Spring dragon of ice roars rampant off the coast of Newfoundland.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„While the Newfoundland ice formed a heraldic dragon, these Pacific clouds look more like Woodstock, of Peanuts fame.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Tonight’s Finale: Overhead of Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, floating above our glowing blue sphere.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

 

 

 

 

 

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„Belize Barrier Reef Reserve, home to several endangered species“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

Bilder vom  1. Mai 2013 via Chris Austin Hadfield (CSA) und Thomas Henry Marshburn (NASA) auf Twitter (@Cmdr_Hadfield und @AstroMarshburn). Die Astronauten Hadfield und Marshburn gehören zur ISS-Expedition 34/ISS-Expedition 35.

 

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„Sun, silt, and currents mix in the Mediterranean“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

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„All of Spain having a glorious clear day“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

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„The humanoid form of Robonaut is a little spooky onboard, at times.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„The photo was taken above (Northern) Central Europe, but I can’t recognize the city. Can anyone identify it for me?“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Hamburg, Germany – with positive wishes to Stefanie Bierholz on her mid-Spring birthday.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„A sea turtle and I swam along this Maui beach together one evening for 20 minutes – special to see it from here.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Tonight’s Finale: The Moon ushering in the dawn over the Southeastern United States.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

 

 

 

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„Earth’s artwork in N. Africa, Part 3“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

Bilder vom  30. April 2013 via Chris Austin Hadfield (CSA) und Thomas Henry Marshburn (NASA) auf Twitter (@Cmdr_Hadfield und @AstroMarshburn). Die Astronauten Hadfield und Marshburn gehören zur ISS-Expedition 34/ISS-Expedition 35.

 

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„Earth’s artwork in N. Africa, Part 4“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

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„A river of sand into Saudi’s Empty Quarter“ /via Thomas Marshburn/NASA

 

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„The Sea of Marmara, Turkey. Macro scale water flow visualization.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„The flag of Cyprus shining in the sun on what must have been an absolutely beautiful day.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„The Greek islands, like delicate shattered eggshell pieces.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Do you see what I see?“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„The yin and yang of ice and land at Lake of the Woods.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„An astronaut’s perspective on the Canadian Maritimes.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA

 

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„Tonight’s Finale: Dubai, the Palm Island like a trilobite in the night.“ /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA