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Hervé Stevenin
EVA & Zero-G instructor for ESA astronauts. Aerospace Engineer & PADI diving instructor. ISS Eurocom & NEEMO19 Aquanaut. Join me in ESA astronauts' footsteps!
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ESA CAVES & PANGAEA Oct 12
It was like x-mas opening the box of just received tools w/ looking fwd to -X
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Thomas Pesquet Sep 29
Sad to hear the training facility Aquarius Base in Florida was severely damaged by Irma! Hope they recover soon
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Hervé Stevenin Sep 27
Great News! & signed a cooperation statement on human space exploration: Deep Space Gateway Station
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Hervé Stevenin Sep 26
Great pic Komrad! I will explore one of these islands in the 2017 training session 3 in November
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Hervé Stevenin Sep 20
Nous pouvons aider à reconstruire (partiellement détruit par Irma) et redonner un futur à .ici
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Hervé Stevenin Sep 19
We can help rebuild damaged by the hurricane Irma.We can contribute to give a future to .Here:
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Human Spaceflight Sep 18
In the classroom and in the field. geology course for astronauts concludes session in Italian Dolomites.
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Hervé Stevenin Sep 15
Replying to @ESA_CAVES
A fine-grained dark-coloured volcanic rock characterized by phenocrysts of olivine & iron oxide is called an Alkali Basalt ;-)
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Hervé Stevenin Sep 15
Field training :Mineral veins deposited by water Last photo: veins of a similar mineral deposite on Mars!
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Hervé Stevenin Sep 14
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Hervé Stevenin Sep 14
Training at 2017 : slice of a diogenite meteorite believed to come from the crust of the asteroid 4 Vesta (2nd Picture)
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ESA CAVES & PANGAEA Sep 14
Walking through a Martian analogue: astronaut walk through the Bletterbach Canyon as Curiosity drives through Mars
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ESA CAVES & PANGAEA Sep 14
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Hervé Stevenin Sep 14
Field training 2017 in : amazing how the sedimentation looks similar on Mars (last pic Mont Sharp on Mars)
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ESA CAVES & PANGAEA Sep 14
Today trainees did an exercise on how to interpret the shape of from Matteo Massironi
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Hervé Stevenin Sep 13
At training we touch our primitive Sun! This meteorite is made of the primitive elements of our Sun at its creation
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Hervé Stevenin Sep 13
At 2017 we're in touch with Mars via our meteorite identification training: these ones landed on Earth & came from Mars
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ESA CAVES & PANGAEA Sep 12
Lesson on meteorites today at - w/ us Giorgio & Lina Tomelleri w/ a sample of their collection
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Hervé Stevenin Sep 13
At 2017 we can reach the Moon via our meteorite identification training: this one landed on Earth & came from the Moon!
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