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Good choice… although not a planet 🙂 — ESA (@esa) August 17, 2017

Which is your favourite planet in the Solar System? Visit them all on our Journey into Space this summer: https://t.co/DMwcok68tQ pic.twitter.com/NyfxrGzHH6 — Eden Project (@edenproject) August 16, 2017

Fyodor Yurchikhin and @SergeyISS are set to start a #spacewalk today at 16:45 CEST. Live coverage via https://t.co/KbHArKPCqO https://t.co/TNwQfWHwCn — ESA (@esa) August 17, 2017

There is also a special page summarising where you can buy the patches 🙂 https://t.co/HaSPFx2iGB — ESA (@esa) August 17, 2017

More infographics available here https://t.co/HabpimfPug, and more on the way! — ESA (@esa) August 17, 2017

How multiple @esa & @nasa spacecraft tracked a solar eruption through the Solar System: https://t.co/6lplBH7mgD #ICYMI pic.twitter.com/CWsgrwpNMx — ESA Science (@esascience) August 17, 2017

#Sicily shining at night… @astro_luca how many arancini are you eating? 😆 #VITAmission #Italy #EarthfromSpace pic.twitter.com/j3s9fEra0R — Paolo Nespoli (@astro_paolo) August 16, 2017

That would be the one labelled BEAM – which stands for Bigelow Expandable Activity Module https://t.co/23foPLDPY9 — ESA (@esa) August 17, 2017

Just a usual precaution in case any small particles worked their way loose during the journey – wouldn't want to get them in your eyes! — ESA (@esa) August 17, […]

Just in case any small particles are floating around inside the Dragon when they open the hatch. A usual precaution. — ESA (@esa) August 17, 2017