Live at 20:00 CET: Meet the next crew to fly to @Space_Station , including ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli https://t.co/fx88xASKvX — ESA (@esa) January 25, 2017

Watch a reply of the yesterday's #ThomAstroLive to see what teachers asked @Thom_astro call starts at ± 40 min https://t.co/6YelZboHU3 — ESA Education (@ESA__Education) January 25, 2017

Like space? Share the launch of #Sentine2 B with us in Darmstadt, Germany on night 6-7 March – follow #Sentinel2Go https://t.co/SBGNv7nOD5 pic.twitter.com/QjXJjehYEt — ESA (@esa) January 25, 2017

Couldn't have said it better! Great video from @RikyUnreal on the astronaut class of 2009 #Shenagins09! https://t.co/mLy02h2ivy — ESA (@esa) January 25, 2017

Another shot of beautiful Addis Ababa 🇪🇹https://t.co/NKLwr5WK3x #Proxima pic.twitter.com/cszn3QE1A3 — Thomas Pesquet (@Thom_astro) January 25, 2017

Conjunction risk has reduced. https://t.co/4LjndojSjP — ESA (@esa) January 25, 2017

Call for #Media – meet our new #astronaut Matthias Mauer, ESOC, 2 Feb https://t.co/mYZB8tV0wB https://t.co/cmYEgdBp3M — ESA (@esa) January 25, 2017

Media: Europe’s new versatile small geostationary platform #smallGEO to be launched in early morning 28Jan on #Soyuz https://t.co/E0BrFynl8r pic.twitter.com/Ue3hECM6nm — ESA (@esa) January 25, 2017

Busy day at mission control: ESA's #SwarmB spacecraft to conduct #debris avoidance manoeuvre tonight #swarmmission https://t.co/O9twJBuDKV pic.twitter.com/hKOgJwGQRM — ESA Operations (@esaoperations) January 25, 2017

The Soyuz launcher that will carry #SmallGEO's first flight into orbit was transferred to the launch zone in Kourou https://t.co/uXXAmfMMrN pic.twitter.com/qgY6odzIUN — ESA (@esa) January 25, 2017