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Training for @SpaceX #Dragon capture. 1 joystick to control rotations, 1 for translations. Like flying a plane, but more tridimensional 👨‍✈️ pic.twitter.com/De7J5BJzTw — Thomas Pesquet (@Thom_astro) February 13, 2017

Now @ESA_EAC following astronaut training for a day for #AndromedaInitiative. @xSqueeZie @PietSmiet @janedouglas @TheGrefgYT @SteffanPowell https://t.co/fxme7mBAST — Human Spaceflight (@esaspaceflight) February 13, 2017

A #ValentinesDay close encounter for #Rosetta and comet #67P in 2015. @esascience image of the week https://t.co/75z6bFnrCX pic.twitter.com/0NdpnNBD7s — ESA (@esa) February 13, 2017

@esa_es Congratulations on passing 200 000 followers! — ESA (@esa) February 13, 2017

Good evening #Dublin ! https://t.co/E0dK6dJghk — ESA (@esa) February 12, 2017

New diary entry! This time it focuses on our main activity on @Space_Station, namely @ISS_Research #blog https://t.co/FGyTWNHqu0 — Thomas Pesquet (@Thom_astro) February 12, 2017

Australia never ceases to surprise. What on Earth is that? Its diameter is probably 100km or more 🇦🇺 https://t.co/O8DkfolUfo pic.twitter.com/kGDcKCuysW — Thomas Pesquet (@Thom_astro) February 12, 2017

.@ESA_EO Nice view! Here's a pic of the #Ariane5 launchpad and #Sentinel2Go Vega launchpad. @Arianespace @CNES @ESA pic.twitter.com/oiC17qs2Im — Thomas Pesquet (@Thom_astro) February 12, 2017