We already knew Brittany A view from the sky through many published photographic works. But if we look at it from space, it is very rare. On board the International Space Station (ISS) for a week,
Thomas Pesquet He shared on his Twitter account on Saturday an amazing snapshot of Britton’s Point seen from the International Space Station.
“Sometimes a familiar silhouette looms on the horizon as we rotate around the Earth … Did I say a hexagon?” French astronaut commented, Before he bid farewell to four of his colleagues on the International Space Station
Down to earth This Sunday morning
Normandy and Paris through the lens of Thomas Pesquet
He was born in San Renan in Finistere, Benoit Hamon He reacts in good humor to the cliché of Thomas Pesquet. “Confirmation from space that there is not a single cloud over Brittany,” the former Socialist presidential candidate said on his Twitter account.
Normandy, the region from which Thomas Pesquet belongs, and The city of Paris Already during the week it was entitled to be immortalized from space by the French astronaut.