Thomas Pesquet from France will shortly become the last member of ESA’s 2009 astronaut class to fly to the International Space Station.
He is scheduled to fly next November for a six-month stay in orbit, during which time he’ll carry out maintenance activities and a packed schedule of experiments.
He has been training at NASA’s Johnson Space Centre in Houston, Texas, alongside veteran ESA astronaut Paolo Nespoli from Italy, who will be going to the ISS for the third time after Thomas’s return to Earth.
This video shows new images of Thomas and Paolo training at Johnson Space Center in Houston, USA.
ESA astronauts training in Houston
Thomas Pesquet mission highlights
Alexander Gerst training for his second ISS mission
Thomas Pesquet: Undocking and landing
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