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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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Evan Hadfield 13h
Scars of the Secret War. This video turned out much nicer than I anticipated.
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David Shrimpton 11h
Check out this great view from emerging film maker
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Dinraal 16h
Scars of the Secret War via watching this is hearthbreaking. is an important channel
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Chris Hadfield 21h
Serenity, returning to Earth. Then there’s tumult.
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Chris Hadfield Dec 15
I’m an Australian astronaut! Albert and I thank you for the global citizenship:
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Robin Ince Dec 14
thoroughly looking forward to actually getting to Toronto this time.
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Chris Hadfield Dec 14
This is my favorite night - wait ‘til you see this year’s acts! Generator, 11 Jan, Roy Thomson Hall.
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TWRP Dec 14
Generator is back! Come join and his many guests (including us as his house band) for a night of entertainment and inspiration on January 11th at ! Tickets available here:
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Chris Hadfield Dec 14
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Chris Hadfield Dec 14
Sunrise over Clear Lake, which is neither. Good morning, from Houston.
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Chris Hadfield Dec 13
Spaceship falling to Earth! Undocking from the Space Station shortly, watch here:
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Chris Hadfield Dec 13
A mandatory autopsy is not part of the astronaut responsibility. But if it helps, I don't mind the scientists having a look around at that point.
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Chris Hadfield Dec 13
We're not sure why, that's part of the reason we do physicals every year. Deafness would be the same advantage/disadvantage as on Earth. For now, we need hearing for all the radio communications.
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Chris Hadfield Dec 13
So are we!
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Chris Hadfield Dec 13
What? (Dad joke)
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Chris Hadfield Dec 13
Hence the title :)
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Chris Hadfield Dec 13
For my entire life. Hopefully a long time :)
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Chris Hadfield Dec 13
Yes, but only 1 millisecond per month.
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Chris Hadfield Dec 13
Spaceflight changes your body. Houston today for my annual physical, add to the science understanding. Wish me luck!
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Chris Hadfield Dec 12
Replying to @aibcameron
Thanks, Andrew!
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