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The Columbus module at night: no we’re not having a disco party, it’s a vegetable growing experiment pic.twitter.com/VWAPbvfqSe — Thomas Pesquet (@Thom_astro) December 9, 2016

#OTD 10 December 1999 launch of #ESA's #XMM-Newton x-ray telescope on an #Ariane 5 rocket @ESA_XMM @esascience https://t.co/oiIxKy7XMV pic.twitter.com/VW9xoqChLe — ESA space history (@ESA_History) December 9, 2016

Lots of work with the @JAXA_en airlock this week: a unique way to install equipment and experiments outside the @Space_Station. #Proxima pic.twitter.com/JPVT7h7jPC — Thomas Pesquet (@Thom_astro) December 9, 2016

#Sentinel2 captures the Wolfe Creek Crater in #Australia in today's #EarthfromSpace image https://t.co/Rkx8OgDUdn @ExploreParksWA #EarthArt pic.twitter.com/jGJTsqnT04 — ESA EarthObservation (@ESA_EO) December 9, 2016

#EarthFromSpace this week takes us to #Australia's Wolfe Creek crater https://t.co/GGKvwxbsz3 — ESA (@esa) December 9, 2016

Join us at 10:00 CET for #EarthfromSpace – featuring Wolfe Creek crater in #Australia seen by Europe's #Sentinel2 https://t.co/OABw1YlbBt pic.twitter.com/1ZeT7wsVET — ESA (@esa) December 9, 2016

#OTD 9 December 1977 #ESA's #Meteosat-1 weather satellite returns its first image @ESA_EO @eumetsat https://t.co/PAslXHYYkb pic.twitter.com/zRcLGS1ezJ — ESA space history (@ESA_History) December 9, 2016

Festival of light in #Lyon! The photo is not the best–the city was shining too bright! 😉 #FeteDesLumieres @OnlyLyon https://t.co/0yZi3pGdwk pic.twitter.com/kQAmdK2Hon — Thomas Pesquet (@Thom_astro) December 8, 2016

We are so very sorry to hear this news. https://t.co/WujStf2SmJ — ESA (@esa) December 8, 2016