Thomas Bisquet’s second stay aboard the International Space Station has ended. A European astronaut from the European Space Agency (ESA) is preparing to land on Earth on 4 or 5 November. If he no longer returns to the orbital complex, his career as an astronaut is clearly far from over. He has the moon in his sight.
After more than six months inOn board the space station, joined in April 2021 by the European astronaut About to return to Earth with three other astronauts. His return date is still uncertain but is scheduled for November 4 or 5, or even another day due to the Crew-3 launch being pushed back from October 31 to November 3. At first he should have come back earlier but successive delays from Which carries four astronauts, including the European , NASA forced to postpone the Frenchman’s return to Earth for several days. You should also know that the Germans and the French made a file force So that the two European astronauts could be found together in orbit. Communications that flatter the arrogance of both countries but have no practical or scientific interest.
With over 230 experiences on the counter on his behalf, but also the partners of the International Space Station, Thomas Pesquet will have succeeded in establishing him in the orbit that distinguished him , in order to install new solar panels, and some broken logs. On October 4, he took command of the International Space Station, becoming the first French astronaut to hold this position.
The Southern Lights are back! Our orbit and the solar wind allowed us to watch it again, and no one would complain
The Northern Lights season is back! Our orbits and solar winds have made the aurora visible again. We are not complaining! #MissionAlphapic.twitter.com/AAHrtfOAt3
– Thomas Bisquet (@Thom_astro) October 27, 2021
Thematic Moon of Thomas Bisquet
This exit from the space station marks the end of a period of his career that allowed him to stay two long stints aboard. Unsurprisingly, Thomas Pesquet isn’t going back there. In fact, the European Space Agency guarantees two flights for each of the astronauts. So far, if all of Thomas Bisquet’s 2009 promotional astronauts made at least one manned flight, four of them would still have to make a second flight. After Samantha Cristoforetti, which is due to take off in the spring of 2022, there are still Timothy Beck and Andreas Mogensen to fly a second time, which brings us to 2025. We will refer to the case of German Matthias Maurer, who was selected in 2015 and who will be in a matter of hours. Few to prepare for the first manned flight.
knowing thatIt will be operational in 2025-2026, and none of the 2009 astronauts will return to the orbital complex. However, their career will not end. In fact, the European Space Agency got three flights of European astronauts on board . His three missions will be dedicated to veterans, so Thomas Bisquet and his friends from the 2009 class will be queuing up to apply for these missions near the moon. But without landing on the moon.
We must not hide our faces, it is very likely that these three warriors will be among the countries that contribute the most to the budget of the European Space Agency (Germany, France and Italy). In addition, the main contribution of France and Italy to the portal thatFrom this lunar space station and Germany which provides a service unit from . Say otherwise, Thomas Pesquet and Alexander Gerst approached forcefully to travel aboard the gate. Third place should go to the Italian. Two astronauts are competing for this spot: Luca Parmitano and Samantha Cristoforetti.
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