From space, Thomas Pesquet takes off on a photo tour of France, starting with … in Carcassonne

During his mission, where he took on the role of captain, the astronaut took many pictures of the planet from all angles…especially France.

Occitania in the spotlight! After spending six months aboard the International Space Station (ISS), Thomas Pesquet is expected to return to Earth in early November. During his mission, where he took on the role of captain, the astronaut took many pictures of the planet from all angles…especially France.

The first in a series of photos from space

The first picture of the series: Carcassonne. “I admit that I aimed my camera a little more towards France and the French-speaking countries, and I still had several French cities to spread! Will I have time at the end of the assignment … Will I have time at the end of the assignment …” he wrote on social networks.

#UnJourUneVilleud83cuddebud83cuddf7 I still have some French cities to post, will I finally have time #MissionAlpha… suspenseud83dude09 I will try to post 1 every morning until back.
We start with Carcassonne and the medieval ramparts. We were building at that time to the end! pic.twitter.com/0hYNYDBkCL

– Thomas Bisquet (@Thom_astro) November 1, 2021

Synopsis: “I will try to send one every morning until I come back. Carcassonne whose medieval walls are so clearly visible!! At the time, we were building to keep going.”

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