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Chris Hadfield
Artwork by Cindy Bolivar, whom I've never met. Cool! pic.twitter.com/9zhH8ZnPlW
Where to land a wee spaceship on a comet 500 million miles from home. Choosing sites now. science20.com/the_conversati… pic.twitter.com/asqSPQqP2V
Even if you've walked on the Moon, airshows pull your eyes skyward. With Charlie Duke at AIR14, Switzerland. pic.twitter.com/SgC3gPcFWA
Many thanks to everyone who sent me birthday wishes. It is delightful and heart-warming. Hugs from me to each of you.
In Switzerland, orange is the new blacktop. pic.twitter.com/qYbSnDvzyS
I'll be talking/signing books @ the Payerne Switzerland airshow tomorrow. Come out if you can! air14.ch/internet/air14… pic.twitter.com/4nVd8i7yPS
To all of us born on 29 Aug, esp crewmate @AstroMarshburn - what did you do for your birthday? I ran to the lake. pic.twitter.com/it7zmVQhLv
At a given moment, this is our air traffic around the world. planefinder.net pic.twitter.com/fIkNNp0hZN
The endless ochre dunes of Australia are unmistakable, no matter what spaceship you're in. pic.twitter.com/LlA98B08hx
.@Skyecookiez Great logo! Thanks for sharing it. I look forward to visiting the students and teachers there. Chris
It's the Swiss Air Force's 100th birthday! Here w/ astronauts Charlie Duke & Claude Nicollier air14.ch/internet/air14… pic.twitter.com/oGB6unhmCJ
Our 'In Canada' video is going over 1.5 million views. Thanks Brother Dave! I'm glad we made it. youtube.com/watch?v=zuVsHt…
Good advice in life (and crossing the street) pic.twitter.com/4cwX3Za56V
As a kid, I always wondered why Canadian water spun down the drain that way. Now I'm in Australia. youtu.be/rWzPiEbsK5A
A humble Canadian satellite lets us all see Antarctica like never before uwaterloo.ca/news/news/wate… pic.twitter.com/F7ju1iA26I
This robot was a big influence on my childhood. But why did it have no name? pic.twitter.com/IYWotzzk0m
A view of 2 cities, in the twilight from hotel rooms. Recognize them both? pic.twitter.com/L4OAw28siA
Hi, last night I saw the amazing astronaut @Cmdr_Hadfield play Space Oddity on guitar. Here's a drawing I did of it. pic.twitter.com/NBoXARxMjD
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A robot to do microsurgery on newborns. Space exploration inspires our inventors. nasa.gov/mission_pages/… pic.twitter.com/htKaFSwKIf
At the Melbourne Writers Festival tomorrow night, in the Town Hall: mwf.com.au/session/chris-… I brought pictures & videos for discussion.
I'm not sure why, but I wasn't expecting to see snow on the hilltops of Australia. pic.twitter.com/DytPUZ6Qiw
I really like this building. And not just because it looks like a giant H. I think. pic.twitter.com/myMmWL5CeF
Making tracks - 2 years on Mars & Curiosity's still exploring & discovering. Drilling again soon @NASAJPL @Energizer pic.twitter.com/jNe2maRxSO
Disintegrating spaceship. Cool photo of robot cargo ship burning up in the atmosphere, by @Msuraev pic.twitter.com/pXCf4MlVaK
Good morning, Ottawa! Old capital stone in the bright August rising sunshine. pic.twitter.com/iW4veSoqFw
This woman is the 1st ever to win the highest world honour in mathematics - the Fields Medal. Congratulations Maryam! pic.twitter.com/Qt1clxYO2s
Just went over 1.5 million on Fear vs Danger @TEDTalks. Round numbers are nice to celebrate :) ted.com/talks/chris_ha…
The one on the right took 18,000 soldiers in Iowa in 1918. I wonder what the eye guy wore? iowanationalguard.com/History/Histor… pic.twitter.com/wKISCtCZgJ
9 letters on a sunny hillside. Amazing what this cut-out plywood & white paint represent to the world. pic.twitter.com/WItAVLW8Wm
This murky bit of film is amazing - methane clouds moving over methane seas on Saturn's moon, Titan. Alien weather. ciclops.org/view_media/395…
You can drive a robot to look around inside the @Tate Gallery at night. I did - nocturnal fun afterdark.tate.org.uk pic.twitter.com/cUG4D6miEO
Docking spaceships is an elephant ballet. The choreography for today's is on this NASA chart. Make sense of it? pic.twitter.com/nMQEioorsd
I'm ridiculously pleased with my doormat. pic.twitter.com/uQ5ayYpM5X
Good morning, sunshine. I was looking through my space photos last night and found this one. Dawn brings renewal. pic.twitter.com/PfRGnmVw0l
For everyone who saw 2 stars go over last night, this is what @Astro_Alex saw on the Space Station. pic.twitter.com/WNNhRdPIFS
.@Mistyolive That's George, the Automated Transfer Vehicle that could, moving in to dock. (aka Georges Lemaître en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georges_L… )
At the speed of light, here's where our pop culture transmissions have reached, star by star (xkcd.com) pic.twitter.com/R1V5KpSb33
It's a battle of the 'staches between @tomkochnews @DKobos13 @Cmdr_Hadfield and actor Tom Selleck. Who wears it best? pic.twitter.com/fwBB6fPbwa
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My Dad turned 80. He's a farmer. This was his birthday cake. pic.twitter.com/kqh27VNm2l
What are Comets made of? We're going to land on this one. @ESA_Rosetta is arriving there today rosetta.jpl.nasa.gov/news/rosetta-a… pic.twitter.com/SMAMxrWx95
A familiar roar at Cape Canaveral this morning. Congratulations to @SpaceX and the Asiasat team. pic.twitter.com/A3MSEL5qFh
My brothers, sister and I just stood on the dock and watched Space Station soar overhead, brightest star in the sky. Pulls at my thoughts.