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Tim Peake
British ESA astronaut & test pilot back on Earth after 6 months in space.
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Tim Peake 15h
Replying to @_TeaClub_
It’s made with creamer and recycled urine - an acquired taste...
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Tim Peake 15h
Great to meet you all - I hope you had a fun day at
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Tim Peake 15h
Yes, I hope so! plans to fly all my class of 2008/9 twice by 2024 and also our newest astronaut . & are the first to complete a second launch.
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Tim Peake Jul 20
Nominal orbit insertion, solar panels deployed and commencing a 6 hour journey to the . Welcome to space Soyuz MS-13 & crew :)
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Tim Peake Jul 20
If you’re not watching yet you’ve got about 7 mins prior to launch. Go Luca, Drew and Sasha! 🚀
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Red Arrows Jul 20
Beautiful. The Red Arrows celebrated British Airways’ centenary by performing a flypast alongside this BOAC-liveried Boeing 747 at the Royal International Air Tattoo earlier today. Picture by Corporal Ashley Keates, flying with Red 10.
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Tim Peake Jul 20
What better way to celebrate & humanity’s greatest achievement than by launching 3 astronauts to in the spirit of international cooperation. Watch , & Alexander Skvortsov liftoff at 16:28 GMT here 🔹
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Tim Peake Jul 19
I may have already mentioned that I flew with the yesterday at . Last video, promise, indulge me...
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Tim Peake Jul 19
I like to think of it more like falling with style...
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Tim Peake Jul 19
Still grinning after my flight with the yesterday...thank you
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Tim Peake Jul 19
What an honour to present Annie with her Gold Award today! It’s been a fun-packed morning in the Techno Zone at
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Tim Peake Jul 18
There’s a thorn between two roses if ever I saw one. Looking forward to a Q&A with the lovely tomorrow, meeting hundreds of students in the Techno Zone & talking all things , &
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Tim Peake Jul 18
Now this is what I call a great day in the office - felt so good to be upside down again...
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Tim Peake Jul 18
What a truly incredible experience!Thank you to the and for putting a huge grin on my face
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Tim Peake Jul 18
Weather’s good, brief complete - we’re on for a full display this afternoon and more ‘g’ than I’ve pulled in the last 3 years :)
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Tim Peake Jul 18
It’s getting busy here at aircraft arriving thick and fast and here’s a clue as to why I’m especially excited about this afternoon... :)
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Tim Peake Jul 17
I’ll be heading to this week for - full of , , and looking forward to chatting with on Friday. And I’m very excited about tomorrow too...watch this space...
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Tim Peake Jul 17
No. We build redundancy in our systems, abort mechanisms for our rockets and train for all known eventualities...but there is no space rescue team on standby.
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Tim Peake Jul 17
Fun chatting with the wonderful this morning, reflecting on , the view of from space and where we are going in the future.
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Lawrence Jones MBE Jul 15
50 years ago today, launched, bound for the moon. In this week’s episode of astronaut reveals all he knows about the & the future of our extra-terrestrial endeavors.
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