This is what a spacewalk is: 400km of void under your feet.
Thomas Pesquet: Have you ever looked straight into an active volcano... from space? This is what it looks like. The Mauna-Loa volcano of Hawaii has snow on top and distinct lava-flow patterns on its slopes.
Thomas Pesquet: Lake Nasser and the Nile downstream of the Aswan dam (you have to zoom in on the picture to see it but it is visible!)
Thomas Pesquet: Closing in on Paris, not zoomed in enough, but spreading from Orly to Roissy airports, the city of light is aptly named. Happy New Year!
Thomas Pesquet: White cloud graffiti on an orange desert background, like bright street art on a grey wall.
Thomas Pesquet: When the moon is up, its light reflects on the snow, and combines with city lights for the most beautiful night scenes I've seen so far. Torino, Milano and Lyon!
Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 50 Flight Engineer Peggy Whitson of NASA sent holiday greetings and festive imagery from the Cupola on Dec. 18.
Aboard the International Space Station, Expedition 50 Flight Engineer Peggy Whitson of NASA sent holiday greetings and festive imagery from the Japanese Kibo laboratory module on Dec. 18.
Thomas Pesquet: From inside the International Space Station looking out: the Kibo airlock. Like standing on the highest diving board looking at a swimming pool 400 km down ...
Thomas Pesquet: Toujours aussi fan de l'Italie, sur Terre comme depuis l'espace