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Chris Hadfield

Congratulations New Zealand on the first launch! The sky is not the limit. Well done everyone @RocketLabUSA! nzherald.co.nz/business/news/…
Stars, twinkling in my backyard, so delicate and beautiful. I think they're called 'foamflowers'. (nice photo Andrew Yee!)
This capsule fell 3.7 km and hit Mars at 540 km/h, leaving a smear. Now @esa knows why, thus will do better in 2020. esa.int/Our_Activities…
We made a new video! This one is in transit, with no story. We thought 26 hours into the Pacific was worth showing: youtube.com/watch?v=1YDoG1…
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Australian Speaking Tour! Stories, ideas & music, on stage in Brisbane, Melbourne & Sydney, tickets go on sale today lateralevents.com/public-events/…
This space artist works primarily with explosive media. esa.int/spaceinimages/…
225yrs ago #Today, Gaspard-Gustave Coriolis, mathematician, mechanical engineer and scientist, was born bit.ly/2rFpN3H
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Cool painting! It reminds me of something … ted.com/talks/chris_ha…
Forget fertilizer, we've gone straight to green paint.
The answer is ... South! The spot is, surprisingly, a high-pressure storm (anti-cyclonic), so the Coriolis effect spins it anticlockwise.
This little diagram helps me visualize what's happening (H for high pressure, L for low)
This Voyager film may help.
Saturday Science Quiz - just by looking, can you tell if Jupiter's little white spot is in the North or South, and why?
See the asteroid scar? So much of eastern Canada in one space photo. @NASA @csa_asc
Rare Earth, our new @YouTube series, Episode One just got released! Watch here: youtube.com/watch?v=qrlMz7…
Great family business! More than just asparagus - worth the quick detour off the 401 by Cambridge @4loveofaspargus barriesasparagus.com/index.html
Honoured to have spent some time interviewing @Cmdr_Hadfield this morning for an upcoming #canada150 project 🌌�8T
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We're all buddy-breathing off the same scuba tank. Thanks @csa_asc for this project to understand our air bubble: asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/sciences/a…
One of the lesser-known laws of thermodynamics.
Saskatoon Selfie - what's for lunch? I'm looking forward to tonight! todocanada.ca/city/saskatoon…
Thank you, Edmonton! I really enjoyed last night together.
Lovely drawing! Thanks for the talented Edmonton gift, Andrea! @andi_the_pants
 
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