Martinique! Like a burning desire to roam the island – I’ve already promised myself that #Proxima
This is the caption accompanying the image taken from space by Thomas Pesquet. A few weeks after Guadeloupe, it was Martinique’s turn to honor the French astronaut.
On Friday, he posted a picture of our island. We see the Martinique Islands, barely hidden by a blanket of light clouds.
Martinique! Like a burning desire to roam the island – I’ve already promised myself that #Proxima 🌋🏃🧗🏊
🇫🇷# Martinique. The highest point on this island is Mount Pele volcano. #FridayVolcano #MissionAlpha https://t.co/FsF3pXQX76 pic.twitter.com/26UNWxwdUg
– Thomas Bisquet (@Thom_astro) October 1, 2021
Via his Instagram account, he also expressed a desire to learn more about our island.
Martinique! Some clouds hide Mount Bailey among other things, but not enough not to make me want to wander the island – I already promised myself during my first mission, and only spent there… two days!
Click on this link to enlarge the beautiful picture by Thomas Bisquet.
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