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Chris Hadfield
Canadian Astronaut, back on Earth after living aboard ISS as Commander of Expedition 35. For events and media, please write to info@chrishadfield.ca.
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Tracy King 3h
Had a small joy moment passing this huge ad in the Tube for 's new book - everyone should read it.
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Chris Hadfield 2h
A 5 min ride to the edge of space - very cool 360 deg video you can pan & look around in, 'til the sky goes black:
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Chris Hadfield 2h
Thanks Fola - good luck with your talk!
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Chris Hadfield 6h
Because we see/operate them using a wrist mirror.
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Chris Hadfield 18h
Maple Dip - my favorite! Good choice :)
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Chris Hadfield 19h
. My evening's work so far, waiting for the 3rd period. Go Team Canada!
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Chris Hadfield 19h
. You bet - having a Molson Export, what else?
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Chris Hadfield 19h
Tonight I'm watching hockey while drawing art on a canoe paddle for charity. Feeling very Canadian.
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Chris Hadfield 21h
Thanks, Melanie. I'm glad your son found the book and ideas useful. Makes me happy to help.
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Chris Hadfield 22h
Elon Musk’s Mars colonization idea in 5 minutes: . Audacious. What do you think? (thanks )
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Chris Hadfield 22h
plaisir! Heureux que vous avez aimé le livre et ses idées.
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Chris Hadfield 22h
. Thanks Howard - see you there
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Chris Hadfield Sep 27
Thanks, Mark!
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Chris Hadfield Sep 27
This is the Arctic Willow tree/shrub. It knows to keep its head down in cold weather, and blooms in Spring. They live for centuries.
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Chris Hadfield Sep 26
Thanks, Jim!
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Chris Hadfield Sep 26
The most amazing thing to me is that Jupiter's Moon Europa has twice as much water as Earth: Thanks !
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Chris Hadfield Sep 26
Yes, it is! Glad you like the book.
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Chris Hadfield Sep 26
'Ignoramus'. Someone who thinks it's better to not understand things, who has no curiosity, who's content with ignorance.
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Chris Hadfield Sep 26
In 4 days we're crashing a spaceship. One final, up-close peek at this comet. Here's what it will look like:
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Tom Scott Sep 26
New video! ᑖᒻ ᔅᑳᑦ and ᖃᓂᐅᔮᖅᐸᐃᑦ (Inuktitut syllabics!)
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