For those of a certain age, David Bowie’s 1969 classic Space Oddity is a song for the ages. Now, at last, it has been performed where Bowie pretended to do it: from outer space, by International Space Station commander Chris Hadfield. Show More Summary
If you are on Twitter, or even if you aren't, you are probably aware of Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield. Commander Hadfield has been tweeting and social media-ing up a storm from the International Space Station ever since he arrived on December 21, 2012, as a member of Expedit …
The Internet's favorite astronaut Commander Chris Hadfield returns to Earth on Monday evening after living on board the International Space Station since December. During his five months in orbit, Hadfield stayed in constant contact with Earth using Twitter, YouTube and even Google+ Hangouts. Show More Summary
It was a simple 31-second clip, uploaded to YouTube in early January—a watch flopping weightlessly around its owner’s wrist, the first such video from Commander Chris Hadfield aboard the International Space Station. No explanation, no context, just metal links and a watch face swishing around a hairy Canadian arm like a tangled length of seaweed. Show More Summary
Two astronauts aboard the International Space Station conducted a hastily arranged spacewalk on Saturday to look for the source of a worrisome leak that had forced the shutdown of one of the eight power systems that provide electricity to the orbiting laboratory.
Chris Hadfield’s latest creation from his tin can in space--a remake of Space Oddity. Commander Chris Hadfield, the first Canadian commander of the International Space Station, aka the world’s coolest astronaut is at it again. This time, Hadfield has produced his take on David Bowie’s classic, "Space Oddity"... Show More Summary
Canadian Col. Chris Hadfield, aboard the International Space Station, has done what you would probably want to do if aboard the high-flying orbital outpost: make a music video for David Bowie’s “Space Oddity.” And he works “Soyuz” into the lyrics. (Thankfully, he refrains from making it “Colonel Chris.” The only complaint: a shame it can’t … Continue ?
Fifteen aircraft and six rescue vehicles will be deployed to ensure the safe recovery of the Soyuz TMA-07M landing capsule when it brings back to Earth three members of the International Space Station (ISS) crew early on Tuesday, the Russian aviation agency Rosaviatsia said.
After months living in space, two astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut will return home from the International Space Station on Monday night, and you can watch their landing live online. Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield, American astronaut...Show More Summary
If you’re in space for five months, chances are you’re going to get inventive with your free-time. Here, Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield has released a clip of him performing David Bowie’s (wait for it…) “Space Oddity” in a space station, which marks the first music video filmed in space. Show More Summary
This is a video of Commander Chris Hadfield performing a revised version of David Bowie's iconic 'Space Oddity' while floating around the International Space Station. It's worth a watch, and I'm half surprised Chris pursued a career in space exploration instead of music. Show More Summary
Over the last couple of months, we've become huge fans of Chris Hadfield, the Canadian astronaut who has been in command of the International Space Station since last winter. He's taken some absolutely amazing photos of NYC from space,...Show More Summary
Via TPM. Says Josh: When I first saw this I couldn’t tell if it was cringeworthy or simply awesome. But listening to the whole thing I’m gravitating heavily toward option two. This is Chris Hadfield, commander of the International Space Station, performing Bowie’s Space Oddity from … well, space. [ Comment on this story ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Tonight, the Internet's astronaut, Commander Chris Hadfield, will return to Earth from the International Space Station. Here's how to watch it, live!
When I first saw this I couldn't tell if it was cringeworthy or simply awesome. But listening to the whole thing I'm gravitating heavily toward option two. This is Chris Hadfield, commander of the International Space Station, performing Bowie's Space...
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield performs an acoustic cover of “Space Oddity” by David Bowie aboard the International Space Station.
Chris Hadfield recorded at the International Space Station.
Canadian Cmdr. Chris Hadfield has made his stay aboard the International Space Station a teaching moment, tweeting out images of the earth from space and reaching out to schoolchildren. He has also been an advocate for manned space exploration His last transmission before going home is a cover of David Bowie’s 1969 “Space Oddity,” shot [...]
NASA Commander Chris Hadfield performs David Bowie's 'Space Oddity' on the International Space Station. So he's actually playing this song about the Space Race whilst IN SPACE. Awesome.