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Bilder vom 4. Oktober – 8. Oktober 2018 via Alexander Gerst  (Deutschland/ESA). Der Astronaut   Alexander Gerst gehört zur ISS-Expedition 57.

 

 

 

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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


„I don’t know any words, in any language, to match the beauty of an orbital sunrise. / Ich kenne kein Wort, in keiner Sprache, das die Schönheit eines Sonnenaufgangs im Orbit auch nur ansatzweise beschreiben könnte. “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA


„Here you can see that the Gulf of Aqaba was actually generated by a tectonic fracture zone. It extends north into the Dead Sea, and beyond along the Jordan river through the Sea of Galilee. “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA


„These big holes influenced human history quite a bit. One of them is the Chuquicamata copper mine in the Atacama Desert, among the biggest on that planet down there. “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA


„“The most beautiful thing in the world is, of course, the world itself.“ – Wallace Stevens (fisheye view from our Cupola window onto New Zealand’s North Island) “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA


„Happy , Hon! “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA

 

 

 

Bilder vom 25. März 2018 – 7. Mai 2018 via Richard R. Arnold  (USA/NASA). Der Astronaut Richard R. Arnold gehört zur ISS-Expedition 56.

 

 

Rakete erfolgreich gestartet – Alexander Gerst auf dem Weg zur ISS

 

 

 

 

 

The Data2364-space Daily

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


„Celebrating on . day is dedicated to increasing awareness about epilepsy worldwide – because it is more common than you think! “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


„Selamat pagi Indonesia – a place I once called home. Java, Bali, & Lombok all lined up neatly in a row. The narrow straights between Bali and Java are known as the Wallace Line. Alfred Russel Wallace formulated his own theory of evolution based on his time on these islands. “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


„. – we could see that one from up here! “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


„My view of and all of you.“ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


“ G’day Australia and New Guinea.“ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


“ The Sea of Galilee on Easter Monday.“ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


“ Welcome 14 – packed with science and hopefully a few goodies for us too!“ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


“ “Florida thrusts like a guiding thumb. To the southern islands of rumba and rum.“ – Don Blanding“ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


„Sunrise crashes an aurora party over the southern hemisphere. “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


“ Cape Cod, MA. I once briefly worked at , USA’s 2nd National Seashore and the setting of Thoreau’s “The Outermost House”. Our national seashores are a treasure shared by all.“ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


„Namibia – where the desert meets the sea. “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


“ “San Francisco has only one drawback—‘tis hard to leave.”~Rudyard Kipling The entire Golden State of California was visible on a magnificent transit. It receded from view far too quickly.“ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


„The Enchanted Islands of – the Galápagos. “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


“ The volcanic Cape Verde Islands off the west coast of Africa leave a wake as the air and sea flow over and around them.“ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


„The interplay of ice, sea and clouds near Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and New Brunswick! A warm “hello” to my long-lost cousins in New Brunswick and Cassidy Megan (who started ) in Nova Scotia! “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


„Winter’s web still ensnares parts of Oregon. “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


„These coral atolls, seemingly adrift in the blue of the Indian Ocean, are a part of the . Formed by reef-building organisms, atolls are one of our most at-risk places from rising seas. – we are all connected and we are all in this together. “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


“ The mighty Nile and its delta – a ribbon of green in an otherwise arid landscape. “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


“ The majestic and storied Nile River delta at night. Fishing boats in the Mediterranean are visible just off shore.“ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


“ „This is the most beautiful place on Earth. There are many such places. Every man, every woman, carries in heart and mind the image of the ideal place, the right place, the one true home, known or unknown, actual or visionary.“ – Edward Abbey “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


“ „Doubly happy, however, is the man to whom lofty mountain tops are within reach, for the lights that shine there illumine all that lies below.“ – John Muir on Mount Rainier. “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


„“…The grass and water that is the meaning and the central fact of the Everglades. It is a river of grass.“ – Marjory Stoneman Douglas The flow and human interruption of this river is clearly visible from space. “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


„Crater Lake National Park is part of a long string of volcanoes towering over the Pacific Northwest of the United States. “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


„Where else can you sit on a cliff overlooking the Pacific Ocean while reading a book and watching whales feed? Additionally, the Channel Islands are home to many plants and animals found no place else on Earth. “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


“ The Grand Canyon – to find the largest canyon in the solar system you would need to travel to Mars. Road trip! “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


„Yellowstone National Park is the America’s first park and still one of the world’s best. Very active tectonically, the park encompasses the caldera of a “supervolcano” that will one day reshape our planet. “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


“ Happy ! I’ll be eating red beans & rice and listening to jazz on , but it just won’t be the same. New Orleans, LA – the birthplace of Jazz.“ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


„Good morning ! “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


“ The smoldering cauldron of Mount Etna on the island of Sicily. “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


“ Along the coast between and , where the shore tumbles down into the sea.“ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA

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„Lake Tiberias (Sea of Galilee), Northern Israel“ /via NASA

 

Israels größter Süßwassersee, der See Genezareth, ist auch bekannt als See von Tiberias, Kinneretsee und das Galiläische MeerDer See misst gerade mehr als 21 Kilometer (13 Meilen) Nord-Süd, und ist nur 43 Meter (141 Fuß) tief. Der See wird teilweise gespeist durch unterirdische Quellen, die verbunden sind mit dem  Jordangraben des Großen Afrikanischen Grabenbruchs, aber das Meiste seines Wassers kommt aus dem Jordan, der aus dem Norden kommt. Der gewundene Lauf des Flußes ist zu sehen, das südliche Ende des Sees (Bild unten) trockenlegend. Eckige grüne und braune Feldmuster hüllen die meisten Hänge in dieser trockenen Landschaft ein. Helle Dächer sind charakteristisch für mehrere Dörfer in der Umgebung. Die größte Gruppierung von hellen Dächern und Häuserblocks zeigt den Ort  Tiberias (nach dem römischen Kaiser Tiberius benannt), sichtbar im Bild links am Südwestufer des Sees. Krieg, Erdbeben und sogar ein Hochwasser im Jahr 1934 resultierten in schweren Beschädigungen der Stadt in den letzten 2.000 Jahren, aber sie ist jetzt Israels beliebtestes Urlaubsziel. Ruinen der berühmten  biblischen Stadt Kapernaum, 1838 durch den US-Forscher Edward Robinson wieder entdeckt, liegt etwas nördlich von Tiberias am nordwestlichen Ufer des Tiberiassees. Ausgrabungen haben eine Synagoge aus dem 4. Jahrhundert oder 5. Jahrhundert offenbart, so daß sie eine der ältesten der Welt ist.

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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)