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“ Seoul glistens like a jewel on the Korean Peninsula.“ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA

 

 

 

Bilder vom 12. Dezember 2017 – 14. Dezember 2017 via Randolph Bresnik  (USA/NASA), Mark Thomas Vande Hei (USA/NASA), Paolo Nespoli (Italien/ESA) und Sergei Rjasanski (Russland/Roskosmos). Die Astronauten  Randolph Bresnik, Mark Thomas Vande Hei, Paolo Nespoli und Sergei Rjasanski gehören zur ISS-Expedition 53.

 

 

 

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“ View from at 250 miles high can almost look like that from a plane. Turks & Caicos looking great now compared to after Irma!“ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ View from at 250 miles high can almost look like that from a plane. Turks & Caicos looking great now compared to after Irma!“ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Good night from . Houston, Galveston, Los Angeles, San Francisco.“ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Good night from . Houston, Galveston, Los Angeles, San Francisco.“ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Good night from . Houston, Galveston, Los Angeles, San Francisco.“ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Good morning from . Villach, Austria“ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Approaching the Himalayas, truly a needle in a haystack trying to find Mt. Everest/Sagarmatha. Amazingly enough, we did. “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Approaching the Himalayas, truly a needle in a haystack trying to find Mt. Everest/Sagarmatha. Amazingly enough, we did. “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Approaching the Himalayas, truly a needle in a haystack trying to find Mt. Everest/Sagarmatha. Amazingly enough, we did. “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Approaching the Himalayas, truly a needle in a haystack trying to find Mt. Everest/Sagarmatha. Amazingly enough, we did. “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Day 2’s orbit was to the south, but stunning oblique views of Mt. Everest/Sagarmatha, easier to find this time! “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Day 2’s orbit was to the south, but stunning oblique views of Mt. Everest/Sagarmatha, easier to find this time! “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Day 2’s orbit was to the south, but stunning oblique views of Mt. Everest/Sagarmatha, easier to find this time! “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Surprised to see another clear day over the Himalayas. Mt. Everest/Sagarmatha did not disappoint from 245 miles above. “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Surprised to see another clear day over the Himalayas. Mt. Everest/Sagarmatha did not disappoint from 245 miles above. “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ Surprised to see another clear day over the Himalayas. Mt. Everest/Sagarmatha did not disappoint from 245 miles above. “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ With the blackness of space above, far away on our horizon, the impressive vertical of Mt. Everest/Sagarmatha stands out. “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ With the blackness of space above, far away on our horizon, the impressive vertical of Mt. Everest/Sagarmatha stands out. “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ We return to Earth tomorrow. I can only hope that through the eyes of this spaceman, you have felt a part of the journey.“ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA


“ God’s speed to the Soyuz 51 crew as they start their journey home!“ /via Mark Thomas Vande Hei/NASA


“ Говорят, что каждый рассвет неповторим. Находясь в космическом полете, мы убедились, что так оно и есть. Сегодня мы с радостью поприветствуем еще 16 космических рассветов, а с завтрашнего дня будем привыкать к редким встречам с ними раз в сутки ☀“ /via Sergei Rjasanski/Roskosmos


“ Говорят, что каждый рассвет неповторим. Находясь в космическом полете, мы убедились, что так оно и есть. Сегодня мы с радостью поприветствуем еще 16 космических рассветов, а с завтрашнего дня будем привыкать к редким встречам с ними раз в сутки ☀“ /via Sergei Rjasanski/Roskosmos


“ Every has a unique beauty. And now we know that it’s true, because aboard the ISS we meet 16 sunrises a day ☀️“ /via Sergei Rjasanski/Roskosmos


“ Every has a unique beauty. And now we know that it’s true, because aboard the ISS we meet 16 sunrises a day ☀️“ /via Sergei Rjasanski/Roskosmos


“ We are preparing to close the hatches, undocking and landing. The path from the Station till the landing lasts about 3.5 hours. It is a very intense and responsible process. Good luck to us! P.S. I took home more than 200000 photos, which I promise to please you after the landing“ /via Sergei Rjasanski/Roskosmos