The astronaut trio Monday morning (December 3) shook Earth around the Earth, living six months and working at the International Space Station.
The European Space Agency, Alexander Gerst, launched the camera that launched the camera and obtained a good result for NASA astronauts Anne McClain, Russian cosmonaut Oleg Kononenko and Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques.
"Our friends, here on the way" Gerst wrote on Twitter posted a video yesterday (December 5). "I can not yet understand what men hang black over black soldiers, open-black." (It has traveled twice, in 2014 and in June this year).
Gerst will be staying in space for the Earth on December 20. Tomorrow and two colleagues will leave the space station to be resettled by the three residents, the gap they launched in October when two astronauts sent back to Earth.
Astronaut's two astronauts on Wednesday won a great deal of success on Tuesday, NASA's Nick Hague and Roscosmos's Alexey Ovchinin cosmonauts fly NASA astronaut Christina Hammock Koch. The trio will fly during the next biennial, on February 28, 2019, returning to the normal size of the space station crew.