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The amazing adventures of #Rosetta and Philae – the full story https://t.co/JVPOeYnbxW — ESA (@esa) December 28, 2016

Soyuz and Progress flying in formation above the desert, for a change: 70% of our planet is water https://t.co/7rQLT1wydz #Proxima pic.twitter.com/NhO4jEoC4U — Thomas Pesquet (@Thom_astro) December 28, 2016

European Probe Snaps Color Photos of Martian Moon #Phobos @ESA https://t.co/O6Up3MjGxj pic.twitter.com/FhZIwxDbva — SPACE.com (@SPACEdotcom) December 28, 2016

Holiday Cookie Decorating Contest! They took it seriously! pic.twitter.com/9E5C7sTAgo — Peggy Whitson (@AstroPeggy) December 27, 2016

Fantasy can change reality. I wanted to be Luke: I hope my daughters want to be Princess Leia. Thank you Carrie. — Luca Parmitano (@astro_luca) December 27, 2016

#OTD 28 December 2005 launch of first #Galileo navigation test satellite #Giove A on #Soyuz from Baikonur Cosmodrome @GalileoGNSS @ESA_Tech pic.twitter.com/HlmSKfWcOu — ESA space history (@ESA_History) December 28, 2016

New VMC Images direct from Mars! 10 images taken 27.12.2016 https://t.co/fwSs4cJFKi #marswebcam pic.twitter.com/YPrhXkjXWI — VMC – Mars Webcam (@esamarswebcam) December 27, 2016

@pigsonthewing we are in the process of doing so, more in early 2017, meanwhile see https://t.co/hUi9nGuUCW cc @marco_t — ESA (@esa) December 27, 2016

For years I wondered what it would be like to be weightless. On @Space_Station, it has become my natural state #blog https://t.co/Q86vSQvIk0 — Thomas Pesquet (@Thom_astro) December 27, 2016

Juggling in space initially seems much easier than on earth… except nothing falls back down, so it’s all but impossible! #spacefail #proxima pic.twitter.com/jLgainRUbV — Thomas Pesquet (@Thom_astro) December 27, 2016