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Chris Hadfield

When you launch a rocket to space and it lands 10 mins later, having done its job. apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap160721.… @SpaceX
One of my favorite things on Earth is walking in the dappled forest light. (this morning, in High Park)
Congratulations Kate, on winning the Will Eisner Award @Comic_Con San Diego! Huge! thecoast.ca/ArtAttack/arch… @beatonna
Using quasars to pinpoint an exact landing spot on Mars in Oct. So complicated, yet elegant: esa.int/spaceinimages/…
Want an out-of-this-world job? Are you Canada's next astronaut? You could be just what the @csa_asc is looking for
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Outrageous Morning Glory colours, both blooms on the same plant - how can that be?
.@thephysicsgirl Here's what this astronaut did: youtube.com/watch?v=xICkLB… (just remember to vacuum them off the filter afterwards)
What a view, climbing out of Seattle this morning! Solid rock pimples of the Earth.
No matter where you play, it's #internationalbuskingday. Supporting street performers everywhere. @BuskInLondon
Hello Seattle! Thank you for the break from everyone else's July weather.
Who wants to #bethenextCDNastro? Find out where applications have been opened so far. ow.ly/7r6e302wcXD #stats
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An asteroid the size of New Jersey slammed into the Moon. Dangerous neighborhood, ours. news.brown.edu/articles/2016/…
These 3 took a calculated risk that inspired my life. Thank you Neil, Mike & Buzz. 20 July 1969 @NASA @TheRealBuzz
Tracy Drain is from Louisville KY; smart, experienced, and helping us explore Jupiter. bit.ly/1kMPcUa @NASA
What an amazing place to spend the morning! From here we are exploring the universe. @NASA
Butterfly on a lawn chair. The more I zoom in the more beautifully alien it is; exquisitely different.
Namibian Force Field - a different type of gravity wave, turning the cloud to lace: earthobservatory.nasa.gov/IOTD/view.php?…
First-year apples on our new tree. A lovely reminder of the magic that is life.
Such a variety of thought and lives on this rare stage - names at the bottom.
.@KaitlynHoover @ParksPuzzler300 It's pronounced 'Canadarm', all one word, no pauses. Thanks for checking! @csa_asc
Baltic algae swirls. Stand back & look, it's amazing what you can see, & start to understand esa.int/spaceinimages/…
8 goofy questions in under 2 minutes, from hockey to Superman: bit.ly/29JSPsp @PBS @novapbs @MapleLeafs
The Orion Nebula is beautiful. It's also full of brown dwarfs (and planetary-mass objects). eso.org/public/news/es…
Antoine is a cobbler/shoeshine man at Nashville airport Tmnl A. Good chat, pro at his job, nice sign! @Fly_Nashville
Chile, exhaling into the Pacific. Our world is more connected than we ever suspected. go.nasa.gov/29BBQWb
 
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