Our week in space images, incl. #Rome, a 70's @esaoperations control room and #Saturn's B-ring https://t.co/pOwuuWUQaA pic.twitter.com/pX5lAN6NGq — ESA (@esa) March 26, 2017

@TaraMakes Southern Africa – see https://t.co/XVSBW5lUJe — ESA (@esa) March 26, 2017

Teheran's lights are striking in the night, but also a reminder of how much energy we use. Tonight, make sure to switch off for @earthhour! pic.twitter.com/zywAo7YwsN — Thomas Pesquet (@Thom_astro) […]

Lights off for #EarthHour tonight at 20:30 local time https://t.co/myGlZZZ9MB — ESA (@esa) March 25, 2017

@BrendanSol Craters! Find out more about this image in the #EarthFromSpace episode: https://t.co/pa8ORSI1jY — ESA (@esa) March 25, 2017

Full concentration from @Thom_astro ahead of yesterday's 6 hr 34 min #spacewalk https://t.co/2OWShzu3Ot — ESA (@esa) March 25, 2017

@pdormal Pas grave. Juste nous aide à comprendre notre planète. — ESA (@esa) March 25, 2017

This week's #EarthFromSpace features #Rome, in celebration of 60 years since the signing of #TreatyofRome #EU60 https://t.co/zzIKCfwa7N pic.twitter.com/J2JYaYQM3G — ESA (@esa) March 25, 2017

Information from @esa_swarm has led to the discovery of supersonic plasma jets high up in our atmosphere https://t.co/zMRQBVIg7o pic.twitter.com/NNKPlecYvw — ESA (@esa) March 25, 2017

With two #Sentinel2 satellites now in orbit, users are looking ahead to mapping global land cover at 10 m resolution https://t.co/MpH3hNU908 pic.twitter.com/BefnyT0iOW — ESA (@esa) March 25, 2017