Twitter | Search | |
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.
9,212
Tweets
80
Following
1,581,962
Followers
Tweets
Chris Hadfield 7h
Kudos to Julia here in our office for the Polish language translation skill. A woman of many talents. Thanks Julia!
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Hadfield 7h
Polscy fani! Myszlę że wam się spodoba SciFun. Krótki, prosty, fajny!
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Hadfield 11h
. Yes - while you're singing, look around inside the music. Notice what others are doing. Look at their faces. It's fun :)
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Hadfield 12h
Hearts afire, veins of ice. A great 1-minute video to rev up your morning.
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Hadfield Apr 28
. We fire the Space Station's engines a few times per year to avoid space debris.
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Hadfield Apr 28
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Hadfield Apr 28
. ISS has a great air filtration system, so it has no bad smell at all. It's like a hospital, or a laboratory.
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Hadfield Apr 28
. Inside the spaceship, yes, things blow around gently with the ventilation system. Outside, no - eternal empty silence.
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Hadfield Apr 28
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Hadfield Apr 28
In a tray with a lid :)
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Hadfield Apr 28
. I'll try. What are your questions? There may be some answers at . or
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Hadfield Apr 28
. Star City is where the cosmonauts live, work & train, near Moscow. All the simulators are there, no launches. It's permanent.
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Hadfield Apr 28
Russia launched a Soyuz from Russian soil - a big step, weaning them away from Kazakhstan.
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Hadfield Apr 27
After 2 weeks apart, Albert and I are happy together for an evening walk in High Park. Glad to be home.
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Hadfield Apr 27
. Hi Ben - it's a naming thing. 'Organics' are part of a large class of chemical compounds whose molecules contain carbon.
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Hadfield Apr 27
A lake of methane on a seabed of organic sludge. Saturn's Titan, just 3 planets over from us
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Hadfield Apr 26
Can you spot the 5-medal Olympian, Nobel winner, insect scientist, marine biologist & inventor? (Rolex Awards jury)
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Hadfield Apr 26
How's your geography? My jury seatmate was showing me where she grew up. Humble roots, wonderful, proven person.
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Hadfield Apr 25
Today I'm on a panel, choosing winners from an amazing group of humans. It gives great faith and optimism.
Reply Retweet Like
Chris Hadfield Apr 24
Sacré Bleu! This is what happens when Marc Chagall does your windows. (Notre-Dame de Reims Cathedral)
Reply Retweet Like