Astronaut shares image of Cabo San Lucas from space – El Sudcaliforniano

La Paz, Baja California Sur. (OEM-Informex) .- On April 23, 2021, the spacecraft ‘SpaceX Crew Dragon’ was launched from Florida in the United States, which began its docking 24 hours after its launch, and is scheduled to end the expedition in October of this year, was called Mission Alpha (Mission Alpha).

On September 2, the European astronaut Thomas Pesquet, shared through his Twitter account two photographs that captured the attention of Internet users, in the first part of the Baja California peninsula can be seen, and in another image, he describes that Cabo San Lucas is located at the end of the peninsula that stretches for more than a thousand kilometers.

“I like the perspective effect that the clouds give,” the astronaut wrote about the territory located in the municipality of Los Cabos.

This is not the first time that the Baja California Sur territory has been observed from space, in May of this year they released images from space of this same location in the ‘Copernicus Sentinel 2’ mission of the latest edition of the program ‘ Earth From Space ‘.

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Thomas Pesquet, who is an ESA astronaut, returned from his first mission to start this new expedition together with his crew, accompanied by NASA astronauts such as Megan MacArthurand and Shane Kimbrough, as well as the Japanese Aki Hoshide.

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As already disclosed, the European Space Agency (ESA) is Europe’s gateway to space, and its mission is to shape the development of Europe’s capacity and ensure that investment in this increasingly explored location brings benefits. to the Europeans and the citizens of the world.

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