Thomas Pesquet's diary: science in space
Astronaut Thomas Pesquet aboard the International Space Station, September 13, 2021 © RFI / France24
Text by: Simon Rozé Follow |
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 there?
Every month, that of the European Space Agency (ESA) will share with us its daily life in a video logbook.
“Thomas Pesquet's logbook”, presented by Simon Rozé (RFI) and Benoît Perrochais (France 24).
The days are always so busy aboard the ISS.
New extra-vehicular outings, the arrival of the new Russian module Nauka, and as always daily life made up of scientific experiments.
The International Space Station is indeed a unique laboratory that allows us to take advantage of micro-gravity.
Thomas Pesquet shows us around the facilities.
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