Col. Chris Hadfield
03/26/2017 at 13:15. Facebook
From the Space Station you can actually see Asia and Africa grinding past each other, slowly along the Dead Sea fault.
Col. Chris Hadfield
yesterday at 20:37. Facebook
For collectors - a rare trio, donated to the BC Aviation Museum by a thoughtful Air Canada flight attendant. Thanks, Diane!
Col. Chris Hadfield
yesterday at 17:09. Facebook
Victoria, British Columbia, from space. Today I'm in that photo, looking up.
Col. Chris Hadfield
yesterday at 02:51. Facebook
My life in 4 cookies.
(thanks to the chef at Royal Roads U!)
Col. Chris Hadfield
03/24/2017 at 15:27. Facebook
I'm looking for the permanent health club.
Col. Chris Hadfield
03/24/2017 at 13:41. Facebook
Good morning, spacewalkers! Shane and Thomas are out in the void: [ Link ]

NASA Television | NASA
Col. Chris Hadfield
03/23/2017 at 18:03. Facebook
Hello Victoria! A lovely Spring day to be back on Vancouver Island. I'm greatly looking forward to performing with the Victoria Symphony! [ Link ]
Col. Chris Hadfield
03/22/2017 at 17:07. Facebook
An asteroid left this huge, circular scar on our Mother Earth.
(I'm glad I wasn't looking out the window on THAT day)
Col. Chris Hadfield
03/22/2017 at 06:35. Facebook
Col. Chris Hadfield
03/19/2017 at 18:16. Facebook
‪2 tons of experiments and gear, safely back on Earth. Soon people will be flying home from space on these. Well done today, SpaceX and NASA!
What IS this?
From orbit, how we shape our Earth is a constant puzzlement and delight.
(answer: [ Link ]
Six-city tour just announced to celebrate Canada's 150th in May, all tickets went on sale today. I'm really looking forward to it!
Details are here: [ Link ]
The tunnelers chose the skinniest spot to cross the Channel. Good thinking!
A fun, fast ride this morning on Eurostar.
Granddaughter, learning to read. The curling toes are the best :)
Mars over Manhattan - appreciating the view with Dr. Michio Kaku, on my show Miniverse.
Here's the trailer: [ Link ]
Sculpture from a small plane that had a very bad day. Crew was unhurt, but the propeller is now ... art.
Fire on a spaceship! The video is hypnotizing. (from 1989 on Space Station Mir, Krikalev/Volkov)

The fire in space - space candle

Look how fire acts in space.

Bumpy or smooth - what's a moon supposed to be? This is Enceladus (orbiting Saturn). I like that we're so often surprised: [ Link ]