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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

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„Karen, Luca Parmitano and Fyodor Yurchikhin are going for a „spin around the block“ in a few minutes, moving the Soyuz spacecraft that will take them home on 10 November to make room for the Soyuz spacecraft that will bring Rick Mastracchio, Mikhail Tyurin and Koichi Wakata on 7 November.“ via Karen Nyberg/NASA

 

Bilder vom 1. November 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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„Karen, Luca and Fyodor moving their Soyuz spacecraft to a new parking spot on the International Space Station just now.“ /via Karen Nyberg/NASA

 

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„Storms over the Mediterranean. And a nadir docking port left empty after our Soyuz move earlier today. November 1.“ /via Karen Nyberg/NASA (Click here for bigger picture)

 

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„Lex Luthor’s dream… #Halloween 🙂 “ via Luca Parmitano/ESA (Click here for bigger picture)

 

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„Check out the Grand Canyon. I’ve been to the bottom & now seen it from 260 miles up. Shadows can cause visual effects“ /via Michael Hopkins/NASA

 

 


“From Haifa to Alexandria, a huge curve of history in one glance.” /via Chris Hadfield/CSA/NASA (Click here for bigger picture)

 

Bild via Astronaut Chris Hadfield (Kanada/CSA) auf Twitter (@Cmdr_Hadfield). Haifa (ist mit rund 268.200 – 2010 – Einwohnern die drittgrößte Stadt Israels nach Jerusalem und Tel Aviv) und Alexandria (ist eine Hafenstadt an der Mittelmeerküste Ägyptens) sind zu sehen. Haifa liegt in Nordisrael an der Bucht von Haifa und am nördlichen Abhang des Karmelgebirges am Mittelmeer. Alexandria liegt am westlichen Rand des Nildeltas auf einem schmalen Landstreifen entlang der hier von Südwesten nach Nordosten verlaufenden Küste des Mittelmeeres.

 

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„The Dead Sea and The Sea of Galilee. August 18.“ /via Karen Nyberg/NASA (Click here for bigger picture)

 

Bilder vom 19. August 2013 via Karen Nyberg (USA/NASA) und Luca Parmitano (Italien/ESA) auf Twitter (@AstroKarenN  und @astro_luca). Die Astronauten Karen Nyberg und Luca Parmitano gehören zur ISS-Expedition 36/ISS-Expedition 37.

 

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„Beautiful sun glint off the Mediterranean coast of Tunisia. August 18.“ /via Karen Nyberg/NASA (Click here for bigger picture)

 

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„Waterways get a golden tint at sunset near #Odessa I corsi di acqua si tingono d’oro, al tramonto, vicino Odessa“ /via Luca Parmitano/ESA (Click here for bigger picture)

 

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„After traveling for thousands of miles, the #Amazon #river pours water and sediments in the #Atlantic #volare“ /via Luca Parmitano/ESA (Click here for bigger picture)

 

 

 

 

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„First hint of sunrise is blue. Then red creeps in. July 30.“ /via Karen Nyberg/NASA
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Bilder vom 30. Juli 2013 via Karen Nyberg (USA/NASA) und Luca Parmitano (Italien/ESA) auf Twitter (@AstroKarenN  und @astro_luca). Die Astronauten Karen Nyberg und Luca Parmitano gehören zur ISS-Expedition 36/ISS-Expedition 37.

 

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„World famous for their night life, the Balearic Islands are stunning in daylight #Volare“ /via Luca Parmitano/ESA
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„The very tip of South America. La ‚punta‘ del Sud America. #Volare“ /via Luca Parmitano/ESA
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„The Mediterranean, the Pleiades & a storm in the distance… Il Mediterraneo, le Pleiadi e un temporale all’orizzonte“ /via Luca Parmitano/ESA
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