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Fun fact: Soyuz does 0-60mph in <2 sec & keeps that going for nearly 9 mins. Have a wild ride @Astro_Alex :)

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Fun fact: Soyuz does 0-60mph in <2 sec & keeps that going for nearly 9 mins. Have a wild ride @Astro_Alex :)

NASA astronaut Tim Kopra on Spacewalk: View 2 | NASA NASA astronaut Tim Kopra (in red stripes) seen during his third spacewalk. Kopra and ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut Tim Peake conducted a spacewalk on Jan. 15, 2016 and successfully replaced a failed voltage regulator that caused a loss of power to one of the station’s eight power channels in Nov. 2015. The pair ended its spacewalk early after Kopra reported a small water bubble had formed inside his helmet.

NASA astronaut Tim Kopra on Spacewalk: View 2 | NASA NASA astronaut Tim Kopra (in red stripes) seen during his third spacewalk. Kopra and ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut Tim Peake conducted a spacewalk on Jan. 15, 2016 and successfully replaced a failed voltage regulator that caused a loss of power to one of the station’s eight power channels in Nov. 2015. The pair ended its spacewalk early after Kopra reported a small water bubble had formed inside his helmet.

All the fuss about a British astronaut - is it really historic?! Americans and Russians have been in space for over 50 years - even an Italian has done a spacewalk ..... so sorry if I don't get too excited by it!

All the fuss about a British astronaut - is it really historic?! Americans and Russians have been in space for over 50 years - even an Italian has done a spacewalk ..... so sorry if I don't get too excited by it!

From left: ESA astronaut Tim Peake, commander-cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko and NASA astronaut Tim Kopra. The trio will leave our planet on 15 December 2015 from Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on the Soyuz rocket seen behind them.  Delivering 26 million horse-power, their Soyuz rocket will carry them 1640 km downrange and lift them 210 km above our planet in 10 minutes.

From left: ESA astronaut Tim Peake, commander-cosmonaut Yuri Malenchenko and NASA astronaut Tim Kopra. The trio will leave our planet on 15 December 2015 from Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on the Soyuz rocket seen behind them. Delivering 26 million horse-power, their Soyuz rocket will carry them 1640 km downrange and lift them 210 km above our planet in 10 minutes.

Flying Through the Aurora's Green Fog Expedition 46 crew member Tim Peake of the European Space Agency (ESA) shared a stunning image of a glowing aurora taken on Feb. 23 2016 from the International Space Station. Peake wrote "The @Space_Station just passed straight through a thick green fog of #auroraeerie but very beautiful. #Principia " Packed and ready for your next adventure. #piecemakergear.com#piecemaker #backpacker #cannabiscup #outdoorretailer #discgolf #supyoga #rei #golf #budtender…

Flying Through the Aurora's Green Fog Expedition 46 crew member Tim Peake of the European Space Agency (ESA) shared a stunning image of a glowing aurora taken on Feb. 23 2016 from the International Space Station. Peake wrote "The @Space_Station just passed straight through a thick green fog of #auroraeerie but very beautiful. #Principia " Packed and ready for your next adventure. #piecemakergear.com#piecemaker #backpacker #cannabiscup #outdoorretailer #discgolf #supyoga #rei #golf #budtender…

UK Astronaut Tim Peake's Exhilarating Spacewalk: View 2 | NASA ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut Tim Peake seen during his first spacewalk. Peake and NASA astronaut Tim Kopra conducted a spacewalk on Jan. 15, 2016 and successfully replaced a failed voltage regulator that caused a loss of power to one of the station’s eight power channels in Nov. 2015. The pair ended its spacewalk early after Kopra reported a small water bubble had formed inside his helmet.

UK Astronaut Tim Peake's Exhilarating Spacewalk: View 2 | NASA ESA (European Space Agency) astronaut Tim Peake seen during his first spacewalk. Peake and NASA astronaut Tim Kopra conducted a spacewalk on Jan. 15, 2016 and successfully replaced a failed voltage regulator that caused a loss of power to one of the station’s eight power channels in Nov. 2015. The pair ended its spacewalk early after Kopra reported a small water bubble had formed inside his helmet.

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