💯👌😍AstroVicGlover wins best work from home office. In this striking view of Earth, Glover is seen securing himself into the CanadianSpaceAgency’s Canadarm2 while flying ~260 miles above our planet. On Jan. 27, he completed the first spacewalk of his career and the first spacewalk of 2021 with ISS crewmate Mike Hopkins. The duo worked for ~7 hours straight in the vacuum of space to install a science antenna on the EuropeanSpaceAgency’s Columbus module lab and ready the space station for solar array upgrades. Credit: NASA #Spacewalk #WFHLife #EarthCapture #OnTopOfTheWorld #NASA
The moon rises between Starship SN9 and Starship SN10 yesterday evening.
Spacewalkers @Astro_illini and @AstroVicGlover are pictured below during Wednesday's spacewalk. They will exit the station again on Monday for another spacewalk. More... https://t.co/31plsfOck2 https://t.co/xjcH4yzmPX
NASA astronauts Michael Hopkins (pics 2 and 3) and Victor Glover (pics 1 and 4) are pictured during Wednesday's spacewalk. They will exit the station again on Monday about 7 a.m. EST for another spacewalk. #nasa #astronaut #walk #spacewalk #suit #spacesuit #international #space #station
Betelgeuse from the backyard
Full Moon Corona
Elon Musk on Twitter: T/W will be ~1.5, so it will accelerate unusually fast. High T/W is important for reusable vehicles to make more efficient use of propellant, the primary cost. For expendable rockets, throwing away stages is the primary cost, so optimization is low T/W.
Taken in Jododaira, Fukushima City, Fukushima Prefecture in Japan - A Place Close to the Stars｜By mo_ri_kicks [1333 x 2000] [OS] COOLJAPANVIDEOS