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Bilder vom 19./20. Juni 2018 via Alexander Gerst  (Deutschland/ESA),  Richard R. Arnold  (USA/NASA)  und Oleg Artemjew  (Russland/Roskosmos). Die Astronauten   Alexander Gerst, Richard R. Arnold und Oleg Artemjew gehören zur ISS-Expedition 56.




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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

“ Outpost. 7 Billion people live on the planet beneath us. 6 single souls live in space. Unbelievable! — Außenposten. Auf dem Planeten unter uns leben 7 Milliarden Menschen. Im Weltraum leben 6 Menschen. Unglaublich! “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

„Saw my first Aurora Australis on this mission today, my silent magical old friend. 6 nose prints on the window, despite being busy with . Quite fittingly, the ship in the foreground is the one that carried , Sergey & me into space almost 2 weeks ago. “ /via Alexander Gerst/ESA

“ Moon over Lake . If that isn’t the title of a song, it probably should be. “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA

“ The pumpkin orange lava flows of aglow during the predawn hours over the Pacific Ocean. “ /via Richard R. Arnold/NASA


“ Wrestling the vacuum cord can be a pain for sure, but on orbit, it’s a lot worse. found me after I wrestled the vacuum and lost.“ /via Jack Fischer/NASA




Bilder vom 9. August 2017 – 11. August 2017 via Jack Fischer (USA/NASA), Randolph Bresnik  (USA/NASA), Paolo Nespoli (Italien/ESA) und Sergei Rjasanski (Russland/Roskosmos). Die Astronauten Jack Fischer, Randolph Bresnik, Paolo Nespoli und Sergei Rjasanski gehören zur ISS-Expedition 52.




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International Space Station

Jack Fischer auf Twitter

Peggy Whitson auf Twitter

Paolo Nespoli auf Twitter

Randolph Bresnik auf Twitter

Sergei Rjasanski auf Twitter

“ Tried new lens & snapped a lucky pic as sun ducked behind – that’s a cool starburst, & a pretty planet we have!  “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA

“ Now that’s a big waterfall! My daughter said it looks like a heartbeat: 1 side is before my morning coffee & 1 side is after 😀.  “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA

“ No matter where you are on the globe – our Spaceship Earth, the beauty of water never gets old.  “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA

“ Thank you for the beautiful morning – Cape Town, South Africa! First time I have seen you.“ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA

“ California Dreamin’, screamin’ by at orbital velocity. In my hometown of Santa Monica, I can see SAMOHI & SMC, two places I went to school. “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA

“ Opposing colours blend into each other in the desert in northern Mali / Colori opposti si fondono nel deserto nel nord del Mali  “ /via Paolo Nespoli/ESA

“ The mouth of the river Jaguaribe in , just south of Fortaleza… Look at that blue! “ /via Paolo Nespoli/ESA

“ ¡Hola ! Has anyone seen us from Roque de los Muchachos Observatory in La Palma?  “ /via Paolo Nespoli/ESA

“ Здравствуй, Город-герой ! // Hello, Hero City ! “ /via Sergei Rjasanski/Roskosmos

“ Райское местечко🌴 Острова из космоса. // – a corner of paradise from space.“ /via Sergei Rjasanski/Roskosmos

“ Райское местечко🌴 Острова из космоса. // – a corner of paradise from space.“ /via Sergei Rjasanski/Roskosmos

“ In spaceships, we use thrusters to “drive”. Here’s a pic of our new crewmates making some final adjustments to join us on . “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA




Bilder vom 5. August 2017 – 7. August 2017 via Jack Fischer (USA/NASA), Peggy Whitson  (USA/NASA) , Randolph Bresnik  (USA/NASA) und Paolo Nespoli (Italien/ESA). Die Astronauten Jack Fischer, Peggy Whitson, Randolph Bresnik und Paolo Nespoli gehören zur ISS-Expedition 52.




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International Space Station

Jack Fischer auf Twitter

Peggy Whitson auf Twitter

Paolo Nespoli auf Twitter

Randolph Bresnik auf Twitter

Sergei Rjasanski auf Twitter

“ If you get the angle just right…it makes a river look like it’s on fire. Now that’s just cool.  “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA

“ 638 days in space and the view is still amazing! Soaking up some sunset time in the cupola…“ /via Peggy Whitson/NASA

“ Hello Houston! Just passed overhead and you’re looking good today. We miss you, looking forward to being back in December. “ /via Randolph Bresnik/NASA

“ Admiring the mountain scenery peeking through our solar panels  „/via Paolo Nespoli/ESA

“ The coolest payload on the ? With its -80ºC the MELFI laboratory freezer wins hands down!  “ /via Paolo Nespoli/ESA

“ What’s a BMOY (Bitesize Mountain of Yumiosity)? Chocolate pudding cake + vanilla pudding + strawberries + candy doo-dads. Result=delicious. “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA




Bilder vom 17. Mai 2017 – 19. 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

Peggy Whitson auf Twitter

Thomas Pesquet auf Twitter

Thomas Pesquet auf Facebook

“ Stages of eating BMOY (Bitesize Mountain of Yumiosity):1. Creation, 2. Anticipation, 3. Open wide, 4. Celebratory fist pump w/chubby cheeks. “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA

“ Flying in space w/4 wicked-awesome people… man I got it good! Thanks to the huge int’l team that keeps Exp51 flying & rocking the science! “ /via Jack Fischer/NASA

“ Cannes, les îles de Lérins et… la Croisette! On voit bien le Palais des Festivals et le monastère insulaire “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ The city of Cannes and Lerins islands. A good view of the Palais des Festivals and the monastery on the islands “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ No endorsement, but my French smiley-faced cookies made everyone smile!  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ En aval de , l’hiver a figé le fleuve Dniepr en pleine bataille artistique 🇺🇦  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ En aval de , l’hiver a figé le fleuve Dniepr en pleine bataille artistique 🇺🇦  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ Here it is again: the magic river Dniepr. Back in February I was stunned by this frozen river north of Kiev  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ Fires raging in the rolling hills of Angola or Congo  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ I think I’ve seen such shades of red and purple only once or twice, and only in Africa  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ Victoria falls. Hugely impressive, but hard to spot from space.  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ . & running part of ’s Sprint experiment in ’s Columbus lab to evaluate high-intensity low-volume exercise “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ Homs, struck by war. Man’s craziness is visible from space. Sadly the struggle for power can lead to innocent people dying  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ What’s the craic ? / Pas un nuage sur Dublin qui se pare petit à petit d’émeraudes! ☘️ /  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ Athens in big! So much to see, and so much history, it deserved a 🇬🇷  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ Beautiful view of the Baja Peninsula and Gulf of California behind the solar arrays.“ /via Shane Kimbrough/NASA




Bilder vom 4. Januar 2017 – 6. Januar 2017 via Shane Kimbrough (USA/NASA),Peggy Whitson (USA/NASA) und Thomas Pesquet (Frankreich/ESA). Die Astronauten Shane Kimbrough, Peggy Whitson 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

“ Good morning USA! Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and the Florida Keys!“ /via Shane Kimbrough/NASA

“ We’re excited to do our first of 2017! The prepared us for this moment. Learn more here:  “ /via Peggy Whitson/NASA

“ La lune joue à cache-cache avec nous aujourd’hui… Mais j’ai fini par l’avoir!  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ The moon was playing hide and seek with us today… but I spotted it!  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ Arrival to the sandy coasts of West Africa: some orange meets the white and blue of earth  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ L’Afrique des hauts plateaux et des grands lacs est incroyable! Ici le lac Tanganyika, un de ses joyaux  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ L’Afrique des hauts plateaux et des grands lacs est incroyable! Ici le lac Tanganyika, un de ses joyaux  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ The highlands of Africa are spectacular, and Lake Tanganyika is one of their jewels  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ The highlands of Africa are spectacular, and Lake Tanganyika is one of their jewels  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ Wearing the Liquid Cooling & Ventilation Garment (LCVG) to keep spacewalkers cool, sweat-free & allow oxygen to enter for better circulation “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ This photo was taken after the spacesuit fit-check last week, in the airlock  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ Helping and prepare before their spacewalk: here they are in the airlock with their oxygen masks  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

“ Closing the hatch: I was isolated with them for 2 hours at lower pressure to initiate pre-breathe and don suits  “ /via Thomas Pesquet/ESA

„Nothing like a little to get things started. Good morning from ! “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA


Bilder vom 17. November 2015 – 30. November 2015 via Scott Kelly (USA/NASA),Kjell Lindgren (USA/NASA), Kimiya Yui  (Japan/JAXA) und Sergei Wolkow  (Russland/Roskosmos). Die Astronauten Scott Kelly, Kjell Lindgren, Kimiya Yui und Sergei Wolkow gehören zur ISS-Expedition 45.



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Scott Kelly auf Facebook

Aidyn Aimbetow auf Twitter

„Unmistakably . “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

„Day 235. The takes a bow as the day is done. Good night from ! “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

in a golden state just before sunrise. from ! “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

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Looks like cubism over “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

„Day 236. A sheet of blanket our beautiful . from ! “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

„Looks like came with some enthusiasm. from ! “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

A swirl of green runs through it. “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

out of the blue “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

„Saw some big rip currents in today. These can be very dangerous. Be careful. “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

! (although you probably haven’t gone to sleep yet). “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

„Took some great shots of this morning that I’ll post today and this weekend. “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

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. “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

. .“ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

„Day 238 , and the Plateau make for a from “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

„Sun can be blinding up here some mornings. from ! “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

. “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

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„Day 239. When sleep. at night. from ! “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

„Pictures like this make me really regret that my watercolors didn’t make it up here. “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

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„Day 240. Nighttime falls softly over and . from ! “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

sunshine! Looking a little pink today. “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

Snow capped mountain ridges of East “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

Turquoise in East “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

„. & I are ready! 0G & rehydratable. Location is everything!“ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

„Day 241. Bedtime comes with an open arm. from ! “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

, ! “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

„The seems so far away sometimes. “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

„We usually celebrate 100 days in space, but today I mark 100 to go! from . “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

to all my friends in and ! “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

. Looking forward to . “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

„Day 243. Hard not to feel with a world view like this. from ! “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

„Good Morning from ! “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

„Finishing our meal. Warm wishes and from the crew of ! “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

. ISS . Brown in a bag. I expect to be invited over next year! “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

„Day 244. for following me on this journey. from ! “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

with a slice of . Good day from ! “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

Scattered leaves “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

found in “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

Sometimes rugged terrain is really just a worthy journey „/via Scott Kelly/NASA

„Day 245. Night pulls its veil over Earth and she shines like the stars. from ! “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

and all my friends in ! “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

, from ! You’re brilliant as always. “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

„Day 246. Earth in a warm blanket of dusk. from ! “ /via Scott Kelly/NASA

„A valley in Africa. Magnificent. The .“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„Gorgeous Africa . The .“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„Water carvings in Africa. The .“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„Water carvings in Africa. The .“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„The colors of autumn reflected in a rocky African landscape.“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„Aloha Hawaii ! Our National Parks are a National Treasure! “ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„Honolulu and Diamond Head Crater. I can hear the waves and feel the sun from here.“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„Houston, we have a picture…and you look great!“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„It looks like someone raked these clouds!“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„A meandering river. The .“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„A meandered river. The .“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„G’day to Bundaberg and Bargara !“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„A mosaic of agriculture.“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„Braids of silt plume into a sea of blue. The .“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„Torrential rain and flooding has ravaged parts of southern Iraq. A heartbreaking arc in the .“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

. Our magnificent blue spaceship…“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„Looks like a chocolate milk river to me. I think I’m starting to have food cravings.“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„The Palm and World Islands of Dubai. Amazing.“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„The palm islands of Dubai are spectacular at night.“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„Northern CA Bay Area. I spent the summer of 1996 doing research at NASA Ames Research Center. Great memories!“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„Taiwan shrouded in mist. Good morning friends!“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„Extinct volcanoes dot New Mexico’s landscape.“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„The mighty Grand Canyon! Our National Parks are National Treasures! “ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„Zion National Park. Our National Parks are National Treasures! “ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„Big Bend. Our National Parks are National Treasures! (And bigger in Texas!) “ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„Dawn breaks over Jerusalem.“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„Thankful for my family, this amazing opportunity, our phenomenal ground team, and for our beautiful home, the Earth.“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„A jewel of a sunset.“ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

“ Veggie is back! We „planted“ flowers this time. The zinnias aren’t edible, but should bloom in time for Christmas! “ /via Kjell Lindgren/NASA

„Mediterranean Sea) アフリカ側から見た地中海です。地球には様々な美しい景色があって、見ているだけで、心が清められます。でも、平日は時間が取れないんですよね。規定の仕事が終わると、つい追加の仕事を始めてしまいます。“ /via Kimiya Yui/JAXA

„Argentina)) I just took this picture before sleep, but it will be difficult to sleep, because it was so beautiful!“ /via Kimiya Yui/JAXA

„アフリカの砂漠も、とても美しいんです。非常に過酷な環境である事は、分かっているのですが、とにかく美しい。そして、砂漠を眺めていると、自分達が恵まれすぎている事に気付きます。でも、地球へ帰ったら忘れてしまいそうで。。。“ /via Kimiya Yui/JAXA

„アフリカの砂漠も、とても美しいんです。非常に過酷な環境である事は、分かっているのですが、とにかく美しい。そして、砂漠を眺めていると、自分達が恵まれすぎている事に気付きます。でも、地球へ帰ったら忘れてしまいそうで。。。“ /via Kimiya Yui/JAXA

„Brazil)I would like to celebrate 120years of diplomatic relationship between Brazil and Japan! ブラジルと日本の外交関係樹立から120年“ /via Kimiya Yui/JAXA

„Ночной с борта // Night view of “ /via Sergei Wolkow/Roskosmos

„Ночной с борта // Night view of “ /via Sergei Wolkow/Roskosmos

„Бескрайние воды Атлантики. \\ The endless waters of the Ocean.“ /via Sergei Wolkow/Roskosmos

„Пролетаем над Южной Америкой. У нас наступает зима, а здесь – лето. Тают ледники. // The over .“ /via Sergei Wolkow/Roskosmos

„Пролетаем над Южной Америкой. У нас наступает зима, а здесь – лето. Тают ледники. // The over .“ /via Sergei Wolkow/Roskosmos






„Fusion of elements /(IT) Una fusione di elementi. “ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA


Bilder vom 3./4. März 2015 via Samantha Cristoforetti (Italien/ESA), Terry Virts (USA/NASA) und Barry Wilmore (USA/NASA). Die Astronauten Samantha Cristoforetti, Terry Virts und Barry Wilmore gehören zur ISS-Expedition 42.


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Anton Schkaplerow auf Instagram


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„Amazed by so many different landscapes in this one view. And hello National Park, great memories!“ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

„Lake Kariba, between and . I read it’s an artificial basin… sure doesn’t look like it! “ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

„Hello and Tamgaly, home to over 5,000 rock carvings covering over 3,000 years of civilization. “ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

„Glittering lights on this clear January night on both sides of the English Channel.“ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

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

„Tiburon Island in the Gulf of California, . Looks like a great place to hike away from the crowds! “ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

„L+100-101: Logbook. Busy times with 3 spacewalks in 8 days & preparing for new crewmates. https://plus.google.com/u/0/b/100720077817157516563/+SamanthaCristoforetti/posts/FwjrR3RoQNF “ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

„Hello , with this view of the Indus delta flooded in light.“ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

„Teammates- USAF and USN working great together in orbit and on our spacewalks! “ /via Terry Virts/NASA

over the frozen Great Lakes and southern .“ /via Terry Virts/NASA

„One of our 8 solar arrays glowing under a full .“ /via Terry Virts/NASA

up close.”   /via @NASA_Astronauts

“The southern tip of  /via @NASA_Astronauts

“South central  /via @NASA_Astronauts

“Mouth of the   /via @NASA_Astronauts

rising over the west coast of the United States.”   /via @NASA_Astronauts

rising over the west coast of the United States.”   /via @NASA_Astronauts

rising over the west coast of the United States.”   /via @NASA_Astronauts

glint on the Gulf of Mexico”   /via @NASA_Astronauts

glint on the Gulf of Mexico”   /via @NASA_Astronauts

glint on the Gulf of Mexico”   /via @NASA_Astronauts

„Not far from Timbuktu in Mali, the river Niger splits in many streams, highlighted by the sunglint.“ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA


Bilder vom 11./12. 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.



Samantha Cristoforetti auf Facebook

Anton Schkaplerow auf Instagram


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„(IT) In questi giorni siamo visibili dall’Italia nei dintorni del tramonto. Oggi vi ho salutati!“ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

„Have I mentioned lately how I like auroras? Vi ho detto di recente quanto mi piacciono le aurore? “ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

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

„Hello ! Famously a beautifully islands, from you can really get a feel for the rich geology.“ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

„Hello and , as the Persian Gulf is flooded by a soft pink light. “ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

„A challenge for you: can you spot the mist of the Victoria falls? A site in & .“ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

“ Tiny seedlings grown for the „ANISO“ Japanese plant experiment- now they are being analyzed under a microscope. “ /via Terry Virts/NASA

„Is the half-full or half-empty?“ /via Terry Virts/NASA

„These clouds seem to enjoy basking in the . “ /via Terry Virts/NASA

„That’s – on a moonless night“ /via Terry Virts/NASA

„But we’ve quickly become friends! “ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA


Bilder vom 17./18. Dezember 2014 via Samantha Cristoforetti ((Italien/ESA),Terry Virts (USA/NASA) und Anton Schkaplerow (Russland/Roskosmos). DieAstronautenSamantha Cristoforetti, Terry Virts und Anton Schkaplerow gehören zur ISS-Expedition 42

Die Besatzung der Internationalen Raumstation(ISS) hat diese Woche an einer Vielzahl Robotik-Aktivitäten  gearbeitet. Am Mittwoch testeten sie einen humanoiden Roboter und erforschten wie Bowlingkugel-große Satelliten, bekannt als SPHERES, um Objekte herum navigieren können. Besatzungsmitglieder trainierten Anfang der Woche für die am Sonntag geplante Erfassung des SpaceXDragonRaumfrachters unter Verwendung des 57,7 Fuß  langen Canadarm2-Roboterarms. Astronaut Terry Virts packte den Robonaut 2 (R2) aus, so daß Nutzlast-Kontrolleure des NASA-Marshall Space Flight Centers in Huntsville/Alabama erstmals seine neuen Beine Einschalten konnten. Die Beine von Robonaut 2 kamen mit einer früheren SpaceX-Mission an und wurden im August installiert. Samantha Cristoforetti lud SPHERES Daten herunter und demonstrierte, wie die kleinen freischwebenden Satelliten 3D-Karten von Objekten erstellen und interagieren und navigieren unter Verwendung von jenen 3D-Modellen. Cristoforetti half Kommandant Barry Wilmore (USA/NASA) beim Entfernen eines kleinen Nanosatelliten-Starters, bekannt als Cyclops (Zyklop), aus dem japanischen “Kibō”-Modul für die Fehlerbehebung. Danach führte Wilmore einen Sehtest durch und errichtete eine Multipurpose Experiment Platform (Mehrzweck Experiment Plattform) im “Kibō”-Modul. Die Kosmonauten AlexanderSamokutjajew  (Russland/Roskosmos) und Anton Schkaplerow installierten mehr Auflagefolie innerhalb des “Sarja”-Moduls. Die neue Kosmonautin Jelena Serowa (Russland/Roskosmos) führte eine fotografische Inspektion der Innenverkleidungen des “Swesda”-Moduls durch. Das Trio arbeitete auch an einer Vielzahl von Forschungen, einschließlich Studien der bioelektrischen Herztätigkeit und die Auswirkungen, die Erdbeben und menschliche Aktivitäten auf die Ionosphäre der Erde haben.


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„Some of the beautiful islands.. Guadeloupe, Dominica and Martinique. “ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

„Next island: Santa Lucia. Home to a huge collapsed volcano. The remaining Piton mountains are !“ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

„Hello ! That’s how we see you from . Very intriguing cloud pattern over the Gulf!“ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

„And nearby by night… hello Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Al Ain!  “ /via Samantha Cristoforett/ESA

„Upgrading the CIR combustion experiment – so cool floating 50 lb equip while I work“ /via Terry Virts/NASA

„I’m not sure if I should turn this on- “Particle Flux” (it measures cosmic rays)… reminds me of a certain movie…“ /via Terry Virts/NASA

„One of the most amazing sites on Earth delta.“ /via Terry Virts/NASA

„Our Earth. Great Lake with , , , “ /via Terry Virts/NASA

„Встреча с Робонавтом спустя три года! // Meeting with after three years!“ /via Anton Schkaplerow/Roskosmos

„Встреча с Робонавтом спустя три года! // Meeting with after three years!“ /via Anton Schkaplerow/Roskosmos

„.@AstroTerry unpacks @AstroRobonaut to try out its new legs for first time on http://blogs.nasa.gov/spacestation/?p=398 “ /via Space_Station/NASA

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Die Barotse-Flussauen des Sambesi (ist der viertlängste Fluss in Afrika und der größte afrikanische Strom, der in den Indischen Ozean fließt) sind zu sehen. Das Einzugsgebiet des Sambesi umfasst Gebiete in acht Staaten im südlichen Afrika und umfasst ca. 1,33 Mio. km², was etwa der Hälfte von dem des Nil entspricht. Damit handelt es sich um das viertgrößte Flusssystem in Afrika. Weltweit ist er vor allem durch die Victoriafälle bekannt. Seine Quelle befindet sich im Zambezi Source National Forest in einer sumpfigen Moorlandschaft und in hügeligem Waldgebiet des Mitumba-Gebirges in einer Höhe von etwa 1500 Metern und liegt auf der Lundaschwelle in Sambia, an der Grenze zwischen Demokratischer Republik Kongo und Angola. Er ist insgesamt 2574 Kilometer lang. Er fließt durch Angola, Sambia und Mosambik, wo er in einem 880 km² großen Delta in den Indischen Ozean mündet. Er bildet auch teilweise die Grenze von Sambia und Namibia, sowie Sambia und Simbabwe, wo er auf Höhe der Städte Livingstone (Sambia) und Victoria Falls (Simbabwe) den mächtigsten Wasserfall Afrikas, die Viktoriafälle, bildet und dort etwa 110 Meter in die Tiefe fällt. Weitere Wasserfälle sind die Chavumafälle an der Grenze zwischen Sambia und Angola und die Ngonyefälle, die sich nahe Sioma im Westen Sambias befinden. Der Sambesi wird über die gesamte Flusslänge von lediglich acht Brücken überspannt. Die großen Wasserkraftwerke der Kariba– und Cahora-Bassa-Talsperre versorgen sogar die Republik Südafrika mit Elektrizität. Der Sambesi ist im Unterlauf ab Tete schiffbar. Im Sambesi kommen bis heute Flusspferde vor.