..and in Canada too, of course! A more snowy cover http://www.randomhouse.ca/…/you-are-here-by-chris-hadfield
Different countries, similar covers - the new book is in the US and UK!http://www.littlebrown.com/youarehere.htmlhttp://www.panmacmillan.com/book/chrishadfield/youarehere
Clouds lit from below, the sunset’s pink underbelly.
This was on my lawn this morning. There can only be one possible explanation.
Early tomorrow Steve Swanson will reach out and pluck a Cygnus cargo ship from space using Canadarm2. Sleep well.
Space Tacos - tortillas are used to replace bread on Station, and can last a year, thanks to the scientists at Taco Bell: http://www.cnet.com/news/houston-we-have-a-tortilla-problem/
Here’s what it’s like to make a sandwich in weightlessness, using one of those floating, ageless, tasty tortillas.
An unexpected robot - the BugJuggler. Think it could work?
Celebrating the book launch Rio-style!In Brazil, my book is currently the #1 recommended read at Livraria Cultura: http://www.livrariacultura.com.br/scripts/resenha/resenha.asp?nitem=42233928&termo=hadfield Obrigado!
Bouncing space lasers - 3D laser imaging allows cargo ships to safely approach Space Station.
Canadian Astronaut, currently living in space aboard ISS as Flight Engineer on Expedition 34, to be Commander of Expedition 35.
Bowie’s last day - we had permission for a year, so our Space Oddity video comes down today. One last look.