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For this fourth page of his logbook, Thomas Pesquet takes us to the “lab” of the International Space Station (ISS).
A little over 400 kilometers above sea level, it’s not that high after all, but it’s enough to be in orbit and take advantage of microgravity, which makes the ISS a laboratory with unique properties. . It is for this reason that the main occupation of astronauts aboard the Station is science and experiments. Thomas Pesquet gives us a guided tour.