French shores melting into the Atlantic. Image shared by space researcher

The International Space Station (ISS) is located in space more than 300 km from Earth for studies and observations that shed light on the mysteries of the universe. The International Space Station is a joint project of space organizations in the United States, Russia, Japan, Canada, and eleven European countries. NASA is leading the project. The station currently has seven astronauts. All of them are constantly sharing space stories with the people of the earth, both on and off social media.
Thomas Pesquet, a French astronaut, is one of the current members of the ISS.

The other day, Thomas Pesquet shared a picture of France’s west coast from space. A picture of the region from Bordeaux to Vaness was shared.
The yellow color seen on the shore is amazing. After all, the shores seem to be melting into the Atlantic Ocean, ‚ÄĚThomas Pesquet tweeted.

Pesquat has shared on Twitter various images of the Earth seen from space, highlights of the space station and videos.

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