ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst reflects on his second International Space Station mission called Horizons by reading an excerpt of Jack London’s novel “White Fang” first published in 1906. Images show the launch into space on 6 June 2018, docking with the International Space Station, Earth views and scenes from Alexander’s six-month stay on the orbital outpost.
“Instinct and law demanded of him obedience. But growth demanded disobedience. Growth is life, and life is for ever destined to make for light…”

Reference: Alex Gerst’s Tweet
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