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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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International Space Station

Jack Fischer auf Twitter

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Thomas Pesquet auf Twitter

Thomas Pesquet auf Facebook


“ 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

 


“ Beautiful day in Boston! looks like it is getting ready for play! “ /via Shane Kimbrough/NASA

 

 

 

 

Bilder vom 8. März 2017 – 10. März 2017 via Shane Kimbrough (USA/NASA) undThomas Pesquet (Frankreich/ESA). Die Astronauten Shane Kimbrough und Thomas Pesquet gehören zur ISS-Expedition 50.

 

 

 

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International Space Station

Robert Shane Kimbrough auf Twitter

Robert Shane Kimbrough auf Instagram

Peggy Whitson auf Twitter

Thomas Pesquet auf Twitter

Thomas Pesquet auf Facebook


“ The inhabitants of Huamantla seem comfortable living that close to the Malinche volcano in Mexico  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ Barcelona ! I know a really good restaurant there… let me find the street 😉  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ Food! Just finishing up my part in the ENERGY study that is working out how much food astronauts need in space  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ Montpellier, this time early in the morning… I’m not allowed to advertise it, but a friend of mine runs a very nice café there 😉 “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ Mixed feelings about : why do we still have 364 men’s days per year? Proud to have by my side  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ This river in Sudan seems to separate rock and sand like a border 🇸🇩 “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ An impressive huge green river in south Sudan 🇸🇩  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ This one is for you ! Denmark in all its glory, not a cloud in sight. Looks quite hygge down there 😉  🇩🇰 “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ My favourite modes of transport in one picture… both are great for travelling the world!  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ I have photographed it many times, but Lyon is extremely photogenic! 🇫🇷  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ Easily visible from space. An artificial today, Dubai 🇦🇪  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA


“ The erosion by the wind is clearly visible in the Sahara desert: as if the paint had flowed over tens of kilometres … “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

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„Alles Gute zum Geburtstag @Astro_Alex! Here’s my present – at night, from Munich to the Northern Sea!“ /via Samantha Cristoforetti/ESA

 

Bilder vom 3./4. Mai 2015 via Samantha Cristoforetti (Italien/ESA), Terry Virts (USA/NASA) und Scott Kelly  (USA/NASA).  DieAstronauten Samantha Cristoforetti, Terry Virts und Scott Kelly gehören zur ISS-Expedition 43.

 

 

Samantha Cristoforetti auf Facebook

Scott Kelly auf Twitter

Anton Schkaplerow auf Instagram

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„Hallo ! Fascinating geology. Have you heard of the hotspot theory?“ /via Samantha Cristoforetti/ESA

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„Hallo ! Fascinating geology. Have you heard of the hotspot theory?“ /via Samantha Cristoforetti/ESA

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„Hallo ! Fascinating geology. Have you heard of the hotspot theory?“ /via Samantha Cristoforetti/ESA

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„Hallo ! Fascinating geology. Have you heard of the hotspot theory?“ /via Samantha Cristoforetti/ESA

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„Good night from . Buona notte dallo spazio.“ /via Samantha Cristoforetti/ESA

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„Hello . The French side of the Alps and the Rhone valley up to Grenoble this past winter. “ /via Samantha Cristoforetti/ESA

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„Spare components and the solar arrays bathed in the orange light of the first Sun. “ /via Samantha Cristoforetti/ESA

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„L+157/8: . Another weekend is over, only one left on the @Space_Stationhttps://plus.google.com/+SamanthaCristoforetti/posts/axE9J9sP6ZY “ /via Samantha Cristoforetti/ESA

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„This is in the middle of the night- all of the light is from the full moon. F/1.4, 1″, ISO 20000“ /via Terry Virts/NASA

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„This looks like a breaking wave.“ /via Terry Virts/NASA

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„Volcano erupting on the Kamchatka Peninsula. Извержение вулкана на Камчатском полуострове.“ /via Terry Virts/NASA

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Islands, part of the Pacific “ring of fire.” “ /via Terry Virts/NASA

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„If I was looking through a microscope instead of a very big camera lens I would think I was looking at a virus“ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

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„Mount Pico de Teide on Tenerife. I know it’s a mountain but from here it looks like a hole. “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

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„Good night from . Buona notte dallo spazio.“ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

 

Bilder vom 25./26. Februar 2015 via Samantha Cristoforetti (Italien/ESA), Terry Virts (USA/NASAund Barry Wilmore (USA/NASA). Die Astronauten Samantha Cristoforetti, Terry Virts und Barry Wilmore gehören zur ISS-Expedition 42.

NASA-Astronaut und Weltraumspaziergänger Terry Virts berichtete, daß er eine kleine Menge Wasser in seinem Helm frei schwebend sah, während der Wiederunterdrucksetzung der Luftschleuse zum Abschluß des Außenbordeinsatzes am Mittwoch. Es gab keinen Bericht von Wasser während des Weltraumspaziergangs selbst und die Mannschaft war nie in Gefahr. Expedition 42-Besatzungsmitglied Samantha Cristoforetti berichtete nach dem Entfernen des Helms über das frei schwebende Wasser im Helm und gab an, daß das Helm-Absorptions-Polster  feucht war. Die Bodenkontrolle analysiert derzeit die Situation, um die Quelle des Wassers zu bestätigen. Virts trug einen Raumanzug  #3005, der nach einem Weltraumspaziergang im Dezember 2013 ein ähnliches Problem erfuhr. Die Teams werden sorgfältig die Raumanzugs-Daten auswerten und führen eine detaillierte Beurteilung vor dem nächsten Weltraumspaziergang durch. Virts und sein Kollege Barry Wilmore sollen laut Plan  ihren dritten und letzten Außenbordeinsatz am Sonntag 1. März durchführen.

 

NASA:Virts Reports Small Amount of Water in Helmet

Samantha Cristoforetti auf Facebook

Anton Schkaplerow auf Instagram

 

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„Hello ! Dreamlike view of the delta of the Rhone with a peak at Marseille. “ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

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in the vacuum of space today. “ /via Terry Virts/NASA

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„Spacewalking!“ /via Terry Virts/NASA

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„Working at sunrise- laying more cables! “ /via Terry Virts/NASA

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„And for the second half of our today- me greasing the robotic arm.“ /via Terry Virts/NASA

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via helmet camera.“  /via @NASA_Astronauts

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„Amazing to work outside yesterday during our . What a view out my office window!“   /via @NASA_Astronauts

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„2nd complete at 1:34pm ET after 6-hours, 43-minutes as & begin airlock repress.“ /via @Space_Station/NASA

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„2nd complete at 1:34pm ET after 6-hours, 43-minutes as & begin airlock repress.“ /via @Space_Station/NASA

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„. reports small amount of water in helmet in airlock at end of “ /via @Space_Station/NASA

 

 

 

 

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, with snow-capped Alps on the horizon. Un paio di giorni fa, l’Italia con le Alpi innevate all’orizzonte.“ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

 

Bilder vom 22./23. Februar 2015 via Samantha Cristoforetti (Italien/ESA), Terry Virts (USA/NASAund Barry Wilmore (USA/NASA). Die Astronauten Samantha Cristoforetti, Terry Virts und Barry Wilmore gehören zur ISS-Expedition 42.

Mitarbeiter der Bodenkontrolle manövrierten den großen Canadarm2-Roboterarm der Internationalen Raumstation (ISS) an Ort und Stelle für geplante Arbeit, die während des Weltraumspaziergangs am Mittwoch stattfindet. Die Astronauten Barry Wilmore und Terry Virts werden ihren zweiten Außenbordeinsatz um 7:10 a.m. EST (13:10 MEZ) starten, um mehr Kabel zu verlegen und einen der zwei verriegelten Endeffektoren des Canadarm2 zu schmieren, diese dienen als Spitze oder Basis für den Roboterarm. Sie werden auch das „Tranquility“-Modul vorbereiten für den Umzug des Permanent Multipurpose Module (PMM) und des neuen Bigelow Expandable Activity Module später in diesem Jahr. Während das Duo die Verfahren überprüfte und die Werkzeuge und Raumanzüge bereitmachten, arbeitete Samantha Cristoforetti an einer Vielzahl von Forschungen und Klempnerarbeiten. Sie trug Ausrüstung für das Drain Brain Experiment, das studiert, wie Blut aus dem Gehirn zurück fließt zum Herzen in der Schwerelosigkeit. Die drei Expedition 42-Kosmonauten genossen einen freien Tag für den „Tag des Verteidigers des Vaterlandes“

 

 

NASA:Wilmore, Virts Get Ready for Second Spacewalk

 

 

Samantha Cristoforetti auf Facebook

Anton Schkaplerow auf Instagram

 

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„And look at Mt. Etna covered in snow! E l’Etna imbiancato! “ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

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„Good night from . Buona notte dallo spazio.“ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

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„A lot of critical equipment of is out there on the truss, in the vacuum of . “ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

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„The Rhone flowing into Lake Leman.Hello ! /(IT) Il Rodano arriva al Lago Lemano, in Svizzera.“ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

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„This fortified city on the small Island of , is a former Portuguese trading post and site.“ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

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„Recognize this? / (IT) Questo lo riconoscete? “ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

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„Good night from . Buona notte dallo spazio.“ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

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„Just outside Cairo. How a river like the Nile can affect the landscape! “ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

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„Hello ! Near Karachi and the delta of the Indus are the remains of the city of Thatta, a site“ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

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„The smile before my first barely fit in the camera frame. “ /via Terry Virts/NASA

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„The airlock is VERY crowded with two guys in spacesuits. “ /via Terry Virts/NASA

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„The airlock is VERY crowded with two guys in spacesuits. “ /via Terry Virts/NASA

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“ My very first “steps” outside, going down through the airlock hatch.  “ /via Terry Virts/NASA

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„Thankfully @AstroSamantha decided to open the hatch for and I at the end of !“ /via Terry Virts/NASA

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„The first city of this @MLB season! Do you know your city as well as your team? it is “ /via Terry Virts/NASA

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„A cool progress picture.“ /via Terry Virts/NASA

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eyes across the channel, with peering in”   /via @NASA_Astronauts

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eyes across the channel, with peering in”   /via @NASA_Astronauts

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eyes across the channel, with peering in”   /via @NASA_Astronauts