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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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Chris Hadfield 12h
Thanks for all the questions, everyone!
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Chris Hadfield 12h
Replying to @veggielungdoc
The more skills the better, especially in an international programme.
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BBC Two 12h
What does blast off feel like? Will we ever colonise Mars? Check out our Q&A with … 😎🚀
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Chris Hadfield 12h
Replying to @scottleeporter
Yes, a motivation to get ahead of schedule, to steal every second possible by the window.
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Chris Hadfield 12h
Replying to @Teztheterrible
Yes, very, I studied it for 20 years.
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Chris Hadfield 12h
Replying to @gilesperry
closer to the heart
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BBC Two 12h
Thanks for your tech question! Here's your answer from 😊🚀
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Chris Hadfield 12h
Replying to @TK2262 @BBCTwo
The pressure in the spaceship doesn't change, so no ear-popping. If it does, there's a problem :)
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Chris Hadfield 12h
Replying to @MissMCPGPS
Eat healthy food, exercise your body, read books that teach you things, be curious and work to understand the answers.
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Chris Hadfield 12h
Replying to @mcanavan497
It has made me better understand our Earth, each other, and left me eternally optimistic.
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Chris Hadfield 12h
Replying to @Teztheterrible
I never had one, but I imagine they braced their feet.
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BBC Two 12h
Brilliant question, Ian! Here's your answer from 🍦🚀
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Chris Hadfield 12h
Replying to @ciarantravers
It reminds me of being weightless.
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Chris Hadfield 12h
Replying to @tanyance21
Canada has rare recruitments, I only applied once.
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Chris Hadfield 12h
Replying to @leannehel
Spacewalking.
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BBC Two 12h
Thanks for your question about space movies! Here's your answer from 😊🚀
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Chris Hadfield 12h
Replying to @RunningHammer @BBCTwo
The Space Shuttle was the most complex flying machine ever built. Many, many years of training just to fly it once.
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Chris Hadfield 12h
Replying to @AstroAruon @BBCTwo
Happy, heavy, dizzy, exhausted, proud, serene.
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BBC Two 12h
Great question, Alicia! Here's your answer from 😊🚀
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Chris Hadfield 12h
Replying to @RichardGarriott
Nope, just partial.
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