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Thomas Pesquet set off for the International Space Station (ISS) on April 23, making sure to pack his camera in his luggage. And the astronaut does not hesitate to share amazing snapshots of Earth.
On Sunday, May 16th, from the International Space Station (ISS) as he is on a six-month mission, Thomas Pisquet directed his target to Mongolia. As it was during his recent stay in space, the astronaut likes to share his daily life with 3 million subscribers on social networks. In his spare time, he takes great pictures of our planet from its panoramic dome that provides him with a breathtaking view. From there, in particular, he took a picture of his native Normandy, before the immortalization of Paris, then the Nile Delta (Egypt), and finally Mecca (Saudi Arabia).
South of San Francisco (USA), nature becomes a rainbow in salt marshes. These images are also used to alert us to clearly visible diseases of the planet, which were taken at an altitude of 400 km from Earth. The astronaut, who is very connected, has posted more than twenty pictures on the web and some videos. Of course, when the device is not within reach, Thomas Pescet dedicates himself to conducting his experiments, for up to 10 hours a day.