Sometimes It Is Purple in Space #Prince

Sometimes It Is Purple in Space #Prince

Morning breaks for astronauts and cosmonauts aboard the International Space Station.

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France As Seen From The International Space Station

France As Seen From The International Space Station

Tim Peake: Weather's picking up over Europe at last...still a few weeks left for some pics! Larger image

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Smoking Russian Volcano Seen From Space

Smoking Russian Volcano Seen From Space

Spotted volcano smoking away on Russia's far east coast this morning - heat has melted snow around top. Credits: ESA/NASA Larger image

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The Real Everest Seen From Orbit

The Real Everest Seen From Orbit

Tim Peake: The real thing: found Everest! Last picture turned out to be third-tallest mountain Kanchengjunga Larger image

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Orbital Sunrise

Orbital Sunrise

Tim Peake: Rise and shine - happy Friday everyone Larger image

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Stunning Early Evening View From Space

Stunning Early Evening View From Space

Tim Peake: I love this picture taken just before sunset - looks more like a movie scene than planet Earth Larger image

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SpaceX Releases More Images of the Falcon 9 First Stage Landing

SpaceX Releases More Images of the Falcon 9 First Stage Landing

SpaceX released several high-resolution images of the Falcon 9 first stage landing on the "Of Course I Still Love You" droneship in the Atlantic off the coast of Florida.

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Reading Gagarin's Autobiography In Orbit

Reading Gagarin's Autobiography In Orbit

On 12 April 1961, Yuri Gagarin became the first person to orbit Earth in his Vostok spacecraft that launched from Baikonur Cosmodrome, now in Kazakhstan.

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San Francisco As Seen From Orbit

San Francisco As Seen From Orbit

im Peake @Astro_TimPeake Himalayan valley under a Full Moon As Seen From The Space Station

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Mt. Everest Seen From The International Space Station

Mt. Everest Seen From The International Space Station

@TimPeake: Harder to spot from space than you might think: Earth's tallest mountain: Everest! Credits: ESA/NASA Larger image

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