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Chris Hadfield
Today is the winter solstice, shortest day of the year north of the Equator. To everyone in Oz, enjoy the Sun! pic.twitter.com/sPqZs8RR6m
A year off the planet, weightless in orbit. Would you consider doing it? I would. (Scott's photo by Marco Grob @TIME) pic.twitter.com/orG0AbH5tm
The angle between the Sun & the Space Station limits when Dragon dock. spacenews.com/spacex-delays-… pic.twitter.com/MmeuWXMfFg
Higher learning: the view from an Oxford rooftop. Thanks to everyone who queued @blackwellbooks - a delight to meet! pic.twitter.com/6NF45cgnos
Since 2001, the world has saved 13.6 million children’s lives. I’d call that progress: b-gat.es/1GJpggn pic.twitter.com/UN7L279lWM
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Squeeze the tummy, see the eyes bug out. Thanks for knitting me, Lillian - excellent spacewalker details! pic.twitter.com/dISIH5FNHo
This was once the height of modern audio technology. Look closely if you want to see where I am. pic.twitter.com/CPsApGsar0
They make such a racket when they row. pic.twitter.com/N6tbaS7Wry
Scotland in the morning! I'm looking forward to Edinburgh and Glasgow tomorrow. Details here: chrishadfield.ca/events/ pic.twitter.com/uSdqwtEZ8j
Flat Chris. Here's the original (right) vs the flipped copy (left). Many folks spotted all the differences. Thanks! pic.twitter.com/p3DmvAvsY1
I noticed something wrong with this flat version of myself. Can you spot it? pic.twitter.com/dFHwclOY6v
I love this Lego spaceship, especially the guitar and moustache detail (thanks to John Moffatt!). pic.twitter.com/2ucl11LuBR
Canadian Astronaut Cupcakes. Delicious! (but sounds like a misguided roller derby team) pic.twitter.com/aLkVJxOPMD
The natural shape of spaceships. Apollo vs @NASA's current fleet under construction. pic.twitter.com/saQQYtjJA1
Simple advice, for life and moving sidewalks. pic.twitter.com/PawPwB4Xd6
Sunrise over Manchester Ship Canal. The view from @BBCBreakfast. pic.twitter.com/1dhIi4xdg3
A startling likeness. My #personalrocketscientist avatar looks like he worries about being me. pic.twitter.com/ZS59Rff9t0
That small pen signed all those books. Shipping soon to a UK bookstore, hopefully near you! pic.twitter.com/kZJ04zZdgG
There were 3 choices: Ladies', Men's and ... Sluice Room. Must be for emergencies. pic.twitter.com/tiYwI4gq6H