Thomas Pesquet's logbook: a new module for the ISS

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Astronaut Thomas Pesquet, aboard the International Space Station, in August 2021 © YouTube / RFI screenshot

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Thomas Pesquet joined the International Space Station on April 24.

There he began his second six-month stay in space: the Alpha mission.

What is his daily life aboard the ISS?

What are the astronauts doing on board?

Every month, the European Space Agency (ESA) astronaut will share his daily life with us in a video logbook.

“Thomas Pesquet's logbook”, presented by Simon Rozé (RFI) and Benoît Perrochais (France 24).

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Busy weeks aboard the expanding International Space Station.

A new Russian module, MLM Nauka, has been integrated into the structure.

It had been ten years since such an event had occurred.

Thomas Pesquet gives us a guided tour.

Astronaut Thomas Pesquet, aboard the International Space Station, in August 2021 © YouTube / RFI screenshot

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  • Thomas Pesquet's logbook: going out into space

  • Thomas Pesquet's logbook: what's new on board the ISS?

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