.@astro_timpeake & @astro_tim snap a selfie before heading onstage at #edscifest #Edinburgh pic.twitter.com/2AJ3Mb3MYD — ESA Operations (@esaoperations) October 17, 2016

For latest on #ExoMars preparations for @ESA_TGO orbit insertion and @ESA_EDM #marslanding check our live updates: https://t.co/dfGfyPVRQO pic.twitter.com/Jdq6Bvw8qx — ESA (@esa) October 17, 2016

The future of #radar – scientific benefits and potential of #TerraSAR-X and #TanDEM-X https://t.co/wCMxdccSxy #remote_sensing pic.twitter.com/XK9X7nFwVf — DLR – English (@DLR_en) October 17, 2016

Hello #Mars! Recent view of #RedPlanet by ESA’s Mars Express, soon to be joined by @ESA_ExoMars. Image of the Week: https://t.co/VoS5inGc5B pic.twitter.com/gvX6pYD5zB — ESA Science (@esascience) October 17, 2016

Experience in real-time how #ExoMars @ESA_EDM will descend to #Marslanding in this simulation https://t.co/sIIInM0pIt — ESA (@esa) October 17, 2016

What's next for #ExoMars @ESA_TGO https://t.co/wqkjqxpgt7 — ESA (@esa) October 17, 2016

How did @ESA_TGO experience @ESA_EDM separation? With a little bump! Left rotation rates; right acceleration. All as expected! #ExoMars pic.twitter.com/Ri7vFviIq5 — ESA Operations (@esaoperations) October 17, 2016

Great start to the day in #Edinburgh. Thanks Stuart Monro of @royalsoced and the wonderful staff of @ourdynamicearth pic.twitter.com/LIy2Uka2ea — Tim Peake (@astro_timpeake) October 17, 2016

#OTD 17Oct 2002 INTEGRAL launched, observing most energetic objects of the Universe such as #blackholes & supernovae https://t.co/dSfVEXoZDY pic.twitter.com/pSBxcF65k0 — ESA Science (@esascience) October 17, 2016