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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