“I crossed the Pyrenees this week by tour.” Astronaut Thomas Pesquet this morning published a picture of A mountain range that can be seen from space. Peaks partly covered in snow, the Mediterranean on one side and the Atlantic on the other: Photographs by Thomas Pesquet on a mission on the International Space Station always show our familiar landscapes from a totally unusual angle. Those more familiar will discover the Col du Tourmalet in this photo.
The rise of this legendary and frightening pass – Notorious Tourmalt Pesquet writes – is in the riders program on Thursday, July 15th for the 18th stage of the Tour de France from Pau. “After that, Paris is not far away!” The astronaut concludes. translate: “After that, Paris is not very far.” Arrive on the Champs Elysees on Sunday. By then, in addition to Thursday’s Tourmalet, riders will still have to go from Mourenx to Libourne via Landes (Friday) and face a time trial between Libourne and Saint-Emilion (Saturday).
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