Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his Conservative government re-upped their commitment to the International Space Station (ISS), signing on for an extra four years. Canada will now be a part of the project until at least 2024.
Starting January 20, Colonel Chris Hadfield will be a regular contributor to CBC News in Canada. He will bring his insights on pressing issues using his unique perspective from an inspired and exciting career and life.
While Canadian Astronaut, Chris Hadfield, was on the International Space Station, he kept us all both amused and educated with his many interesting videos. Now he is back on Earth, he has a copycat on Twitter.
With the new, upcoming Star Trek movie on the horizon, its interesting to look back on an interview between the original Captain Kirk and Chris Hadfield, the Canadian astronaut on the ISS, held back in January.
After 5 months commanding the International Space Station, Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield has proven three things: 1) he's a good scientist and spaceman; 2) he's got character and 3) he's also a pretty darn good singer and musician.
The latest musical endeavor from the International Space Station is the "International Song Station." Astronauts on the ISS have been teaming up with musicians back down on Earth to make some cosmic tunes.
Very few of us get a glimpse of space and how Earth looks from orbit, but thanks to Canadian mission specialist Chris Hadfield's recent photos aboard the International Space Station, we can learn more about the life of an astronaut.