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iss061e100234(2019年12月26日)--在今天的日食中,月亮的阴影投射在马来西亚和菲律宾的部分地区。这张照片拍摄时,国际空间站正在南海上空259英里的轨道上运行。前景是SpaceX龙号补给船和欧洲航天局哥伦布实验室舱的一部分。
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iss061e100234 (Dec. 26, 2019) --- The shadow of the Moon is cast over portions of Malaysia and the Philippines during today's solar eclipse. The International Space Station was orbiting 259 miles above the South China Sea at the time this photograph was taken. In the foreground is the SpaceX Dragon resupply ship and part of the ESA (European Space Agency) Columbus laboratory module.

iss061e097976(2019年12月26日)--在今天的日食中,月亮的阴影投射在马来西亚和菲律宾的部分地区。这张照片拍摄时,国际空间站正绕南海上空260英里的轨道飞行。
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iss061e097976 (Dec. 26, 2019) --- The shadow of the Moon is cast over portions of Malaysia and the Philippines during today's solar eclipse. The International Space Station was orbiting 260 miles above the South China Sea at the time this photograph was taken.

iss061e097961(2019年12月26日)--在今天的日食中,月亮的阴影投射在马来西亚和菲律宾的部分地区。这张照片拍摄时,国际空间站正在南海上空259英里的轨道上运行。
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iss061e097961 (Dec. 26, 2019) --- The shadow of the Moon is cast over portions of Malaysia and the Philippines during today's solar eclipse. The International Space Station was orbiting 259 miles above the South China Sea at the time this photograph was taken.

iss061e093848(2019年12月22日)--探险61号飞行工程师和美国宇航局宇航员克里斯蒂娜·科赫(Christina Koch)使用三维生物打印机生物制造设施(BFF)处理能够制造器官样组织的媒体袋。BFF可以成为一个更大的系统的一部分,能够在微重力条件下从现有的患者细胞制造完整、功能齐全的人体器官。
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iss061e093848 (Dec. 22, 2019) --- Expedition 61 Flight Engineer and NASA astronaut Christina Koch handles media bags that enable the manufacturing of organ-like tissues using the the BioFabrication Facility (BFF), a 3-D biological printer. The BFF could become a part of a larger system capable of manufacturing whole, fully-functioning human organs from existing patient cells in microgravity.

iss061e093837(2019年12月22日)--探险61号飞行工程师和美国宇航局宇航员克里斯蒂娜·科赫为生物制造设施(BFF)提供服务。BFF是一种3-D生物打印机,它在微重力下制造器官样组织,并且可以成为更大系统的一部分,该系统能够从现有患者细胞制造完整的、功能齐全的人体器官。
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iss061e093837 (Dec. 22, 2019) --- Expedition 61 Flight Engineer and NASA astronaut Christina Koch services the BioFabrication Facility (BFF). The BFF is a 3-D biological printer that manufactures organ-like tissues in microgravity and could become a part of a larger system capable of manufacturing whole, fully-functioning human organs from existing patient cells.