Thomas Pesquet head in the stars: France’s ten space travellers (4/5)

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    Thomas #Pesquet is off on his second six-month mission to the #ISS, with no less than 232 scientific experiments to be carried out on board. He’ll also become the first French #astronaut to command the #space station for an entire month, something he hailed as “recognition for a European” as well as for the European Space Agency.

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