Time-lapse photos from the International Space Station shows ice and snow, expanding and receding, with the seasons, a lot like the way lungs expand and contract when someone breathes.
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Astronaut Chris Hadfield. (Photo: Canadian Space Agency)
On October 29, expect an awesome book penned by recently-retired Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield.
The book will be titled “An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth”. Strange title, isn’t it? Gives the impression that the book is targeted at the astronauts corps. . . . → Read More: The Canadian Progressive: Astronaut Chris Hadfield to write “An Astronaut’s Guide to Life”
The first music video made in space, posted earlier this week, stars Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield:
Sometimes, especially on a cold spring day like today, I can't help feeling depressed about living in a country like Harperland.
I can't help thinking about how great we might have been, and what the Cons have made of us.
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