De allermooiste foto’s vanaf ruimtestation ISS

redactie 8 okt 2018 Entertainment

Wie kijk er nou niet naar de sterren ‘s nachts. Het blijft intrigeren. Samen met je geliefde keek je naar het oneindige hemelplafond hopende dat er een ster valt, zodat je kan wensen dat jullie voor altijd bij elkaar blijven. Het was toch een gezellige tijd daar, met je tweede ex. Stiekem zou je de de ruimte weleens van dichtbij willen bekijken, deze kans is helaas voor weinig mensen grijpbaar. Neerlands trots André Kuipers vertelt regelmatig zijn boeiende ruimteverhalen in theaterzalen. In november staat hij in de Ziggo Dome. Om je een kijkje in de keuken te geven, heeft ruimtestation ISS een Instagram-account opgezet. Wij hebben de mooiste plaatjes voor je uitgezocht. Zo ben je er toch nog een beetje bij.

Onderzoek in de ruimte

In de jaren ’90 waren de Amerikanen opzoek naar internationaal steun voor een gezamenlijk ruimtestation. Ze vonden deze steun in landen als Nederland, Brazilië, Canada, Japan, België en nog een aantal Europese landen. Zo’n 15 landen werken in totaal samen om onderzoek te doen in de ruimte. De onderzoeken gaan door tot in ieder geval 2020, vermoedelijk blijft het station dan nog tot 2028 in de ruimte hangen. Wil je nou meer weten over de ruimte? Op Discovery is het aanstaand weekend Space Weekend, zet het in je agenda maat!

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Two Russian spacecraft docked to the International Space Station, (bottom left) the Soyuz MS-09 crew ship and (top left) the Progress 70 cargo craft, are pictured as the orbital complex orbited nearly 262 miles above New Zealand. #nasa #roscosmos #esa #jaxa #csa #unitedstates #russia #europe #japan #canada #international #space #station #earth #newzealand #soyuz #progress

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Hurricane Florence was pictured from the International Space Station as a category 1 storm Friday morning as it was making landfall near Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina. #nasa #hurricane #florence #hurricaneflorence #tropical #storm #international #space #station

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(From left) Flight Engineer Ricky Arnold and Commander Drew Feustel, both NASA astronauts, peer out from windows inside the Cupola, also known as the International Space Station's "window to the world." #nasa #astronaut #window #world #unitedstates #science #international #space #station

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This fish-eye lens view from a window on the International Space Station shows the Northrop Grumman (formerly Orbital ATK) Cygnus commercial space freighter with its cymbal-like Ultra-Flex solar arrays attached to the Unity module. To its right is the Soyuz MS-09 spacecraft docked to the Rassvet module. Cygnus is due to end its mission July 15. The Soyuz MS-09 is planned to return to Earth Dec. 13, carrying Sergey Prokopyev, Alexander Gerst and Serena Auñón-Chancellor home after 192 days in space. #nasa #roscosmos #soyuz #northropgrumman #cygnus #international #space #station #earth

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NASA astronaut Drew Feustel is pictured outside of the Quest airlock during a spacewalk he conducted with fellow NASA astronaut Ricky Arnold (out of frame) on June 14, 2018. During the six-hour, 49-minute spacewalk the duo installed high-definition cameras to provide enhanced views of commercial crew spacecraft, including the SpaceX Crew Dragon and the Boeing Starliner, as they approach and dock with the International Space Station. #nasa #international #space #station #astronaut #spacewalk #suit

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The Sun's glint lights up the waters from around the globe as the International Space Station orbited across North America, Hawaii, Africa and Europe. 1. The North Atlantic Ocean 2. The Hawaiian Ridge 3. Northern Botswana 4. The English Channel and North Sea #nasa #international #space #station #earth #water #atlantic #pacific #ocean #north #america #hawaii #africa #botswana #europe #english #channel #north #sea #unitedkingdom #france #belgium #netherlands

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As the International Space Station (@iss) flew over the Namib Desert, NASA astronaut Ricky Arnold (@astro_ricky) captured this shot from 250 miles above the Skeleton Coast. He shared, “The ethereal beauty of Earth is our constant companion. It reminds us of all that we have left behind and what awaits when we return.” The space station orbits Earth at 17,500 miles per hour, passing over approximately 90% of the Earth’s habitable land mass! Credit: @astro_ricky #NASA #Roscosmos #ISS #space #SpaceStation #exploration #science #geology #astronaut #planet #Namibia #Africa #Desert #NamibDesert #Earth

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#Repost from @astro_feustel ・・・ Good morning from @iss to #Windsor #Toronto #Chicago and my hometown #Detroit!

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The spectacular aurora borealis, or the "northern lights," over Canada is sighted from the space station near the highest point of its orbital path. The station's main solar arrays are seen in the left foreground. #nasa #aurora #northernlights #stars #earth #night #canada #international #space #station

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The clear blue waters surrounding the islands of the Bahamas were pictured April 4, 2018 from an Expedition 55 crew member aboard the space station. #nasa #international #space #station #bahamas #atlantic #ocean #earth

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"Sunrise crashes an aurora party over the southern hemisphere," said astronaut Ricky Arnold (@astro_ricky) of the image he snapped from the International Space Station. Auroras are one of the many Earthly phenomena the crew of the space station observe from their perch high above the planet. The dancing lights of auroras provide spectacular views, but also capture the imagination of scientists who study incoming energy and particles from our Sun. Auroras are one effect of such energetic particles, which can speed out from the Sun both in a steady stream called the solar wind or from giant eruptions known as coronal mass ejections or CMEs. After a trip toward Earth that can last three days, the solar particles and magnetic fields cause the release of particles already trapped near Earth, which in turn trigger reactions in the upper atmosphere in which oxygen and nitrogen molecules release photons of light. The result: the Northern and Southern lights. #earth #aurora #night #day #nasa #international #space #station

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The Expedition 54 crew is starting the New Year studying how humans adapt to living in space for months and years at a time. The well-lit coasts of New Jersey, New York and Connecticut are pictured in the wee hours of New Year's Day. #nasa #roscosmos #jaxa #newyearseve #newyearsday #newjersey #newyork #connecticut #earth #night #international #space #station

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NASA astronaut Scott Kelly took this photograph of the Earth at night with the Soyuz and Progress spaceships in the foreground. #nasa #roscosmos #earth #astronaut #progress #soyuz #night

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