JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) and Expedition 64 astronaut Soichi Noguchi relaxes at the end of the work day inside the seven-windowed cupola, the International Space Station’s “window to the world.” The orbiting lab was flying above the South Pacific at the time this photograph was taken on Nov. 27, 2020.

December will be a busy month as the Expedition 64 gears up for space freighter traffic. On Wednesday, Dec. 2, the entire crew trained for the unlikely event of an emergency on the station. They coordinated with mission controllers around the world practicing their communication, locating safety gear and maneuvering through escape routes. The crew also is preparing for the arrival of a new SpaceX Dragon cargo craft on Sunday, Dec. 6.

Image Credit: NASA

一天工作结束后,日本宇宙航空研究开发机构(JAXA)和远征64号宇航员野口宗一(Soichi Noguchi)在国际空间站的“世界之窗”——有七扇窗户的穹顶内休息。这张照片拍摄于2020年11月27日,当时轨道实验室正飞越南太平洋。



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