Got #3D glasses? My @ExoMars_CaSSIS team also made an anaglyph of #Mars moon Phobos! Enjoy! https://t.co/rwPZEZuueX #ExoMars pic.twitter.com/mnE0A2JVoi — ExoMars orbiter (@ESA_TGO) December 6, 2016

Hello PHOBOS! Snapped images of #Mars moon with @ExoMars_CaSSIS during second science test orbit. Details: https://t.co/QZje250rGD #ExoMars pic.twitter.com/b1xYvEbn1m — ExoMars orbiter (@ESA_TGO) December 6, 2016

Live at 16:00 CET: #GaiaAMA Join us via https://t.co/myHuyZUsSz @redditAMA https://t.co/Gpg1aqhKbX — ESA Operations (@esaoperations) December 6, 2016

@CaterhamNST @astro_pi Go #spacecats — ESA (@esa) December 6, 2016

@StarStuffSteve – you might find this interesting https://t.co/qgfwLXtPgu — ESA (@esa) December 6, 2016

How satellite communications can help improve the user experience of #WiFi in high-speed trains. #Space4Railhttps://t.co/AgnBSk19js pic.twitter.com/0yXMY0JVWp — ESA ARTES (@esa_artes) December 6, 2016

Today at 16:00 – everything you ever wanted to know about @ESAGaia – just ask our experts in #ESAGaia @reddit_AMA https://t.co/xzfg9q1vnn https://t.co/j1gsxWUGEg — ESA (@esa) December 6, 2016

Remember claw cranes? The canadarm reminds me of them but is 100x more sophisticated! @C2Cdjs – Arcades #songs4space https://t.co/Px6xsOMiv3 — Thomas Pesquet (@Thom_astro) December 6, 2016

Have you ever watched a lightning storm in awe? Join the crowd. Oddly, nobody knows exactly how lightning is produced. What is known is that charges slowly separate in some […]