Setting Sun on Space Station Solar research. After 9 years of Sun-watching the Solar facility is switched off: — Human Spaceflight (@esaspaceflight) February 15, 2017

Today I had the dubious honour of turning off @esa's Sun monitor on @Space_Station after 9 years of service! Congrats to all teams involved — Thomas Pesquet (@Thom_astro) February […]

Not a laser gun for hostile aliens but our pistol-grip tool – a screwdriver for spacewalks. You might be disappointed… me too! 😉 #Proxima — Thomas Pesquet (@Thom_astro) February […]

Trillion pixels global mosaic from #Sentinel 1 & 2!! 🌍🌎#Bigdata run with #python #machinelearning by @DescartesLabs — EO OPEN SCIENCE (@EO_OPEN_SCIENCE) February 13, 2017

Congratulations @planetlabs on 88 new Doves joining the flock @dovesinspace #PSLVC37 — ESA (@esa) February 15, 2017

Funchal airport, one of the toughest approaches in the world. Close to the sea, small margins for error and sidewinds are frequent and high! — Thomas Pesquet (@Thom_astro) February […]

Getting ready to switch off Solar facility on @Space_Station , after 9 years of sun monitoring — ESA (@esa) February 15, 2017

9 years ago #OTD SOLAR started to monitor the Sun from @Space_Station. It has tracked our star almost 12000 times! — Human Spaceflight (@esaspaceflight) February 15, 2017

Congratulations @ISRO on #PSLVC37 launch of 104 satellites in one go! — ESA (@esa) February 15, 2017

The Calabash Nebula from Hubble: by @esa @NASA — Astro Pic Of The Day (@apod) February 15, 2017