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two cosmonauts doing a space walk, International Space Station, June 19, 2014  #ISS

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“My first ever spacewalk today- AWESOME!!!” - Astro_terry

“My first ever spacewalk today- AWESOME!!!” - Astro_terry

HITRECORD - Cloud Dance -- Wanderlust Wednesday-- Gene Rasp

Cloud Dance -- Wanderlust Wednesday-- Gene Rasp

HITRECORD is an open-collaborative production company, and this website is where we make things together.

Samantha Cristoforetti, 169 giorni nello Spazio - Il Post

Sam Cristoforetti That Progress parking spot on the horizon is free now. if you want to stop by, we welcome visits on short notice.

Samantha Cristoforetti e le sue foto spaziali - Il Post

Shaking Off Scrubbed Launch, SpaceX Celebrates A Dragon Splashdown

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The greatest photos Chris Hadfield has posted from the International Space Station

Chris Hadfield~ Spaceships and Earth - foreground is the Soyuz we’ll pilot home in May. Unmanned Progress vehicle in the background.

Amazing Images: The Best Science Photos of the Week

Amazing Images: The Best Science Photos of the Week

Amazing Fireball Over Western US Caused by Chinese Space Junk

DSCOVR | by Official SpaceX Photos

DSCOVR | by Official SpaceX Photos

Tim Peake  A couple of old favourites...   UK, Ireland and northern France seen on 2 February 2016.

Tonight’s International Space Station pass over UK – anyone watching?…I waved Credits: ESA/NASA

ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet is the last of ESA's class of 2009 astronauts to fly to the International Space Station. He will be leaving our planet for six months November 2016 as a flight engineer for Expeditions 50 and 51, returning in May 2017.

ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet is the last of ESA's class of 2009 astronauts to fly to the International Space Station. He will be leaving our planet for six months November 2016 as a flight engineer for Expeditions 50 and returning in May

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Media by Bryon Gloden CISSP published March 06 2016 at 01:18AM

March 06, 2016 at 12:59AM

Looking toward the south from an altitude of 400 kilometers, this stunning snapshot from orbit finds bright lights of Tokyo and cities across central and southern Japan, planet Earth shining upward through broken clouds.

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Space station crew looks forward to arrival of Cygnus cargo ship Saturday, first of three rapid-fire resupply flights

Yu.A. Gagarin Research & Test Cosmonaut Center

Yu.A. Gagarin Research & Test Cosmonaut Center

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