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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 requests@chrishadfield.ca.
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Chris Hadfield 8h
Philadelphia Free Library! - I will be there tomorrow at 4PM to give a talk, meet & sign books.
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Chris Hadfield 11h
I love that! Congrats on your newborn son.
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David Sabados 14h
my son in his astronaut gear exploring the alien world of the garage
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Chris Hadfield 16h
We sure could, and would sunburn in seconds, so the windows are UV-coated.
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Chris Hadfield 16h
. I'm giving a talk at Barnes & Noble - Desert Ridge at 2PM today!
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Chris Hadfield 17h
Phoenix from space - the Salt River Valley of the Sun, glinting jewels at night. I'm loving the sun on my face today!
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Chris Hadfield Apr 17
LIVE on : Signing in Phoenix.
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Chris Hadfield Apr 17
Thanks for the voting link!
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Chris Hadfield Apr 17
To check if I'm going to be nearby soon, please have a look at (our website is up for a Webby award! Please vote!)
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Chris Hadfield Apr 17
Hello Phoenix! I'll be at the Desert Ridge Barnes & Noble tomorrow at 2 PM. Hope to meet you there!
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Chris Hadfield Apr 17
Thanks, Kirsten. I'm looking forward to being there!
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Chris Hadfield Apr 17
I think he's wearing the wrong suit :)
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Chris Hadfield Apr 17
Yes, should be, please call/email them to be sure. If not, please ask at .
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Chris Hadfield Apr 17
If you'd like a signed book, I left a few extra , . New version, in paperback!
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Chris Hadfield Apr 17
The longer we allow for docking, the more choices we have & chances to fix problems. Always a trade-off. The Shuttle took 50 hrs.
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Chris Hadfield Apr 17
Good to see that the mice finally got cable.
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Chris Hadfield Apr 17
. I'm glad you're enjoying the book, Mike!
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Chris Hadfield Apr 17
Saturn's rings are fed by geysers that spew from 1 of its moons, Enceladus. New understanding:
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Tim Peake Apr 17
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Chris Hadfield Apr 16
Things astronauts never say: "I'm going to push this button and see what happens".
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