Ride summary

Biking to the ISS and back

ESA employees are set to bike 900 km linking four European Space Agency sites, we let Andrew Herd introduce his project: Traveling on a Soyuz spacecraft, astronauts can take less than six hours to reach the Space...

2016-05-27 14_48_41-British Astronaut Talks about Life on the Space Station - YouTube

Talk with CNN

From the International Space Station, ESA astornaut Tim Peake discussed the accomplishments of his half-year mission on the orbital laboratory, during an interview with CNN International’s Christiane Amanpour on May 24.

2016-05-18 09_10_51-ISS Crewmember Reflects on the Science Accomplished Aboard the Station - YouTube

Live with National Space Centre

Watch the replay of Tim Peake talking live yesterday with the National Space Centre in Leicester, UK, for the Federation Aeronautique International.


Rover driving done!

On 29 April 2016, ESA astronaut Tim Peake controlled, from the International Space Station, a rover nicknamed Bridget at Airbus Defence and Space in Stevenage as part of an international experiment to prepare for human–robotic missions to...


Meteron graphics

A pair of graphics that help illustrate what's happening today when ESA astronaut Tim Peake, on board the ISS, controls the rover, Bridget, at the Airbus Mars Yard in Stevenage, UK. How the experiment will progress:  ...

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Tim goes roving

Tomorrow, ESA astronaut Tim Peake will drive a rover named Bridget in the UK from the International Space Station, as part of ESA's Meteron umbrella project that is preparing for future human-robotic missions to the Moon, Mars...

DIWATA-1. Credits: JAXA

A fairy tale launch from space

A guest blog entry by Dr. Rogel Mari Sese, Program Leader of the Philippine's National SPACE Development Program and Andrea Boyd ESA EUROCOM about a special launch today from the International Space Station: ESA astronaut Tim Peake launched the...


Who’s playing Tim Peake today?

ESA astronaut Tim Peake in space is set to drive a rover in a simulated Mars landscape in Stevenage, UK, this Friday. Flight Operator Koen Struyven from the Belgian User Support and Operations Centre (some of the...

Satying hydrated was no problem.

Marathon run

The run went better than expected. I thought I'd stick to a steady 7.5 mph, but when I got to 10 miles I realised that my legs were feeling OK but my shoulders were beginning to hurt,...

Satying hydrated was no problem.

Marathon in space times

ESA astronaut Tim Peake is the second person to finish a full 42-km marathon in space after NASA astronaut Sunita William's Boston marathon run on the International Space Station in 2007. Tim ran alongside and above thousands...