Teamwork makes the dream work!
Timelapse video made during ESA astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti’s second mission to the International Space Station, “Minerva”. Samantha shared this video on social media with the caption: “Teamwork makes the dream work! Our oxygen generation system and our life support rack had to swap places … and we needed all hands on deck! Wasn’t quite as fast in real time, but it all fit in the end!”
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Nice job! What an efficient team! Esa+NASA ! Great to watch !🎉bravo au capitaine Cristoforetti! 🎉🎉
Capitano Cristoforetti, una certezza, una sicurezza, una forza! 👏👍
It would be a pity to destroy all that when the station will be decommissioned, isn't it possible to reinforce the station to transport it and land it on the moon?
Verry nice 👍🧡👋
Nice fridge, guys 😉
😯 hard work!
What is that thing they are moving around?
My basement full of tools is tidier, the space station with all those wires or cables is a mess, sometimes it will skip the meter for sure 😉
way to re arrange the furniture, i dought the men had a say in it lol hell of a job