Col. Chris Hadfield
yesterday at 12:09. Facebook
‪Apollo 11 left Earth from this launch pad. So did I, twice. But in 3 hrs, SpaceX won't just launch a rocket from there, they'll then land it. I'll be watching.
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Col. Chris Hadfield
02/17/2017 at 20:44. Facebook
With my sister AJ, circa 1964, in a Ford Galaxie.
I've been scanning my parents' photo albums. Like riding a time machine.
Col. Chris Hadfield
02/16/2017 at 18:27. Facebook
Our cactus thinks it's Christmas again. So delicately lovely against the cold, sunlit snow outside.
Col. Chris Hadfield
02/16/2017 at 15:57. Facebook
Half of all Canadians live in the red areas. Interesting to think why. [ Link ]
Col. Chris Hadfield
02/15/2017 at 19:17. Facebook
Very cool visualization of our satellites & debris orbiting Earth: [ Link ] . Zoom in and out for a good look.

Stuff in Space
Col. Chris Hadfield
02/14/2017 at 13:54. Facebook
Roses are red
Violets are blue
If I were your island
I'd be Corfu
Col. Chris Hadfield
02/13/2017 at 16:23. Facebook
Tomorrow is Valentine's Day. Don't forget a plan to make your beloved's heart fly!
Tough algae can live in the vacuum of outer space for over a year. Maybe this is how life came to Earth: [ Link ]
Visible from above and below, with the maple leaf proudly displayed. I like the new colours, Air Canada.
Every time I watch this I laugh, Adam. Life is mostly outtakes. Adam Savage
We can now see ourselves like never before; the whole Earth daily. The folks at Planet are adding Google's 7 SkySats, + 88 more next week: [ Link ]
If you could sniff this decaying star, it would smell of sulphur. Great snapshot of stellar death, by the Hubble Space Telescope. [ Link ]
All sport is local.
La Course en canot du Carnaval de Québec
The lonely ice volcano. Just when we think we know everything: [ Link ]
Duck, Duck ... Squirrel.
Weightless with puppets! Howie, Baboo and I trampoline to see why astronauts float in space, on TVO Kids. Video here:
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Gravity | Now You Know |
For the first time I can watch planets orbit another star. (129 light years away in constellation Pegasus) [ Link ]
NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Cool science - a dusty star & its brown dwarf, now visible from Hawaii using a vortex coronagraph at the Keck Observatory. [ Link ]
It's been very cool seeing my space photos on the Google Pixel and Nexus phones! #MyLiveCase [ Link ]