Working on Judo
"Trying to keep up my Judo on the Space Station is not easy in weightlessness,” Pesquet wrote on his Flickr page.
Thomas Pesquet, Oleg Navitskiy and Peggy Whitson celebrated the 100th day of their expedition to the International Space Station on Feb. 25, 2017.
Going on a Run
Thomas Pesquet runs on a treadmill at the International Space Station. Astronauts have to wear shoulder straps while running to keep from floating off the treadmill.
Thomas Pesquet helps to fix a faulty valve on the Carbon Dioxide Removal Assembly that provides the astronauts with breathable, recycled air.
Shane Kimbrough works on the carbon scrubber.
Peggy Whitson and Shane Kimbrough work to replace filters inside the space station’s Carbon Dioxide Removal Assembly.
Thomas Pesquet and Peggy Whitson unpack cargo delivered by SpaceX's Dragon spaceship on Feb. 23, 2017. The crew must wear protective gear when unloading , because metal shavings or tiny objects, harmless when they fall to the floor on earth, could here float into our eyes or mouths. Better safe than sorry!"
GALLERY ONLY - Expedition 50
Thomas Pesquet and Peggy Whitson open the hatch of SpaceX's Dragon spaceship, which arrived on Feb. 23, 2017.
Friends From Home
For some reason, Thomas Pesquet has cardboard cutouts of the faces of his colleagues from the astronaut class of 2009.
Doin' Her Thang
Peggy Whitson, a biochemist, uses a new microscope shipped to the space station for stem cell research.