The city of Jeddah, under some clouds coming from the red sea πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡¦ https://t.co/kQQdiWhvE6 #Proxima pic.twitter.com/LvXpKdClob — Thomas Pesquet (@Thom_astro) February 20, 2017

Earth still covered in darkness, but the @Space_Station is lit by rays of Sun as it peeks over the horizon – making us visible from Earth pic.twitter.com/YsPfAhc8x1 — Thomas Pesquet […]

#Sentinel2 B has been integrated with the #Vega launcher and is in position high up in the launch tower https://t.co/l3fFcHqrl2 #Sentinel2Go pic.twitter.com/WCHCcs0Idc — ESA EarthObservation (@ESA_EO) February 20, 2017

@Shepard4711 Image sets here: https://t.co/97qHEi2Evw and details on how to search our Space in Images here https://t.co/vnDxVI1zxY — ESA (@esa) February 20, 2017

@carolspears62 @Senficon Yes, that's us! Here are the details on the new #openaccess policy https://t.co/IqfDNKf79k — ESA (@esa) February 20, 2017

ESA goes #OpenAccess: A new policy now facilitates use and reuse of images, video and data https://t.co/IqfDNKf79k #creativecommons pic.twitter.com/Nh0OQXsyiG — ESA (@esa) February 20, 2017

#ESATech with @cardiffuni: Magnetic mirror to sift evidence of first gravitational waves from Big Bang afterlight https://t.co/1pGTzuKLgs pic.twitter.com/S7cR1jl9zH — ESA Technology (@ESA_Tech) February 20, 2017

The thread of star birth, captured by our #Herschel space observatory @ESAscience Image of the Week https://t.co/mhY6o75EyZ pic.twitter.com/SmUjopQ3qP — ESA (@esa) February 20, 2017