A family film of the launch in December.
These Peruvian beach scars remind me of a comb-over.
Taking the new telescope out of the box - like weightless Christmas!
New Space Station telescope, ready for installation.
A view that starts from a line of towering thunderstorms and heads all the way to the black of space.
Sandstorm on the edge of farming country in the American Northwest.
High speed, low mileage. Our running shoes, ready for the treadmill and weightlifting.
Moving Day is easier in space. Look Ma, one hand!
CSA video of bizarre motion of my wristwatch, on of the first things that struck me when I got to orbit. Like it was alive on my wrist.
Another, fuller view of Heraklion and Crete from a bit further back. From coast to coast, to Dia island and out to sea.
Canadian Astronaut, currently living in space aboard ISS as Flight Engineer on Expedition 34, to be Commander of Expedition 35.