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Chris Hadfield
The inside of my mitten is bigger than the outside. pic.twitter.com/RQsNAODupQ
Interesting why 3 of the world's most successful entrepreneurs are reinventing rocketships. telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews… pic.twitter.com/PEgmxOIHbA
Perspective. On the clearest night you can see about 2500 stars of the septillion that exist. youtube.com/watch?v=NSxa5c… pic.twitter.com/qmATCpy2xP
I like fridge art not for what I see, but for what the child sees. pic.twitter.com/qCGydZ8ZW5
I chose the black apron. In cowboy lore I think that makes me the bad cook. Accurate casting @canadianliving. pic.twitter.com/gw4Ng66fzr
All's well, that. Glad the ammonia leak alarm was false, and that the crew is back at work. universetoday.com/118198/astrona… pic.twitter.com/i9BXy9Xi6b
A few pals dropped by the studio today to add some magic sauce to the sessions. @Cmdr_Hadfield @dannymichel pic.twitter.com/zKNXvhCWX4
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I can't even name some of these instruments. In studio today with @barenakedladies. pic.twitter.com/N7qPRMysrD
Meanwhile the rocket's cargo, a Dragon, made it to Station, grabbed today by Butch & @AstroSamantha using Canadarm2. pic.twitter.com/rTHhTFQT30
Rocket landing damage - look closely you can see the burnt sections where @SpaceX Falcon hit (photo @StephenClark1) pic.twitter.com/Rh3OGDgxVW
Spacesuits occasionally pinch a bit around the crotch. pic.twitter.com/AnOWuxPPlJ
Just flew across Labrador, and am again richly reminded of the wild open beauty that is Canada, strong and free. pic.twitter.com/fTgh8b2RTI
My GPS voiced her misgivings. Ireland's @wildatlanticway earns its name as an entertaining drive. pic.twitter.com/e9hgWXjfqQ
The Emerald Isle earns its name. How can Ireland's January grass be so green? pic.twitter.com/3Vmtggq7BE
Seriously. Here’s a tiny section of that Andromeda pic. That’s not noise; *those are stars*. In another galaxy. pic.twitter.com/IlAFyTSrzp
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My daughter just defended her PhD thesis. Congratulations Dr. Kristin Hadfield! (the one in the red). Proud Dad! pic.twitter.com/d7nravuaR7
Palm trees along the Liffey in the January sun. Hello Dublin! pic.twitter.com/KWNTvrY0Rz
If only I had somewhere to put my paper waste. pic.twitter.com/bYi854hCn7
If there were just 100 of us, where & what would we be? Provocative graphic, from @JackHagley jackhagley.com/The-World-as-1… pic.twitter.com/2K5XjbYKtZ
Space diorama! This makes me smile every day. Thanks to Sophia & Stella, who made it for me (with their Dad's help). pic.twitter.com/gLUj1oTS3x