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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 Jul 26
One of my favorite things on Earth is walking in the dappled forest light. (this morning, in High Park)
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Chris Hadfield Jul 26
Congratulations Kate, on winning the Will Eisner Award San Diego! Huge!
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Chris Hadfield Jul 25
Cool, no, I haven't yet!
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Chris Hadfield Jul 25
Because Mars' atmosphere is incredibly thin.
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Chris Hadfield Jul 25
Using quasars to pinpoint an exact landing spot on Mars in Oct. So complicated, yet elegant:
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Google Canada Jul 25
Want an out-of-this-world job? Are you Canada's next astronaut? You could be just what the is looking for
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Chris Hadfield Jul 24
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Chris Hadfield Jul 24
please write to info@chrishadfield.ca
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Chris Hadfield Jul 24
Outrageous Morning Glory colours, both blooms on the same plant - how can that be?
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Chris Hadfield Jul 23
Unsuccessful alien bait.
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Chris Hadfield Jul 23
. Here's what this astronaut did: (just remember to vacuum them off the filter afterwards)
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Chris Hadfield Jul 23
What a view, climbing out of Seattle this morning! Solid rock pimples of the Earth.
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Chris Hadfield Jul 23
No matter where you play, it's . Supporting street performers everywhere.
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Chris Hadfield Jul 22
. I'm here in Seattle on business this time, not much chance to look around. Having an excellent coffee, though!
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Chris Hadfield Jul 22
Hello Seattle! Thank you for the break from everyone else's July weather.
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CanadianSpaceAgency Jul 22
Who wants to ? Find out where applications have been opened so far.
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Chris Hadfield Jul 22
An asteroid the size of New Jersey slammed into the Moon. Dangerous neighborhood, ours.
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Chris Hadfield Jul 21
The auxiliary power units, that make hydraulic pressure to help steer the vehicle.
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Chris Hadfield Jul 20
Be an Astronaut! Apply by 15 Aug or miss your chance to boldly go!
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Chris Hadfield Jul 20
Good luck with your presentation!
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