Space Station Photos: Expedition 50 Astronauts in Action

Working on Judo

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"Trying to keep up my Judo on the Space Station is not easy in weightlessness,” Pesquet wrote on his Flickr page.

100 Days!

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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

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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.

Handyman

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Thomas Pesquet helps to fix a faulty valve on the Carbon Dioxide Removal Assembly that provides the astronauts with breathable, recycled air.

Maintainence

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Shane Kimbrough works on the carbon scrubber.

Fix-It Astronauts

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Peggy Whitson and Shane Kimbrough work to replace filters inside the space station’s Carbon Dioxide Removal Assembly.

Delivery!

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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!"

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Thomas Pesquet and Peggy Whitson open the hatch of SpaceX's Dragon spaceship, which arrived on Feb. 23, 2017.

Friends From Home

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For some reason, Thomas Pesquet has cardboard cutouts of the faces of his colleagues from the astronaut class of 2009.

Doin' Her Thang

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Peggy Whitson, a biochemist, uses a new microscope shipped to the space station for stem cell research.

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