100 photos for freedom of the press: Thomas Pesquet

2017/09/27
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Reporters without Borders (Reporters sans frontières, or RSF) is devoting the latest issue of its famous “100 photos for freedom of the press” series to astronaut Thomas Pesquet.

Reporters without Borders (Reporters sans frontières, or RSF) is devoting the latest issue of its famous “100 photos for freedom of the press” series to astronaut Thomas Pesquet.

In this 100-page album, the French astronaut, who spent almost 200 days in zero gravity aboard the International Space Station, tells us about this extraordinary experience, from the start of his training and study program in 2010, to his participation in Expedition 50 and these six months spent in Space.

100 photos for freedom of the press: Thomas Pesquet, Editions “Reporters sans frontières”, 100 pages, ISBN: 978-2632200465

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