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Chris Hadfield’s Space Kitchen

Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield shows us his “kitchen” in space and prepares a 0-g treat. Free-floating food-eating ensues, complete with a tumbling tortilla.

If this whets your appetite to learn more about eating in space, check out: www.asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/astronauts/living-eating.asp and visit our Living in Space Exhibition: www.asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/exhibitions/living.asp

Chris Hadfield and Barenaked Ladies: I.S.S. (Is Somebody Singing)

The Barenaked Ladies, a children’s choir, and the commander of the International Space Station. Put them together and what do you get? The first space-to-earth musical collaboration.

The song, “I.S.S. (Is Somebody Singing) was commissioned by CBCMusic.ca and The Coalition for Music Education with the Canadian Space Agency to celebrate music education in schools across Canada.

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Hello Kitty in Space

Cornerstone Christian school 7th grade science project. The effects of Altitude on air pressure and temperature.

Cameras: GoPro Hero2 video footage.
Edited By: Eddie Lacayo elacayo212@gmail.com
Flight gear: High Altitude Science.
Flight computer / Data acquisition: High Altitude Science.
Tree Climber: Woodpecker Arborist.

Music: We Are Young by Fun. (Feat Janelle Monáe)

How To Wash Your Hands In Space

ISS Commander Chris Hadfield shows us the fine points of manual digital hygiene in microgravity. A clean-handed astronaut is a happy astronaut. - Credit: CSA

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Chris Hadfield: Nail Clipping in Space [HD 3D]

CSA Astronaut Chris Hadfield shows us how the crew of the International Space Station clip their nails in space.

Credit: CSA/NASA.

Will Space Travel Save Us All? [Idea Channel - PBS]

Will Space travel change our perspective on the human condition?

Space, also known as The Final Frontier, has been in our collective dreams and fantasies for decades.

Who WOULDN’T want to blast into space, experience zero gravity, or walk on the moon?! But with limited funding to NASA, the day that had been promised to us for years (in addition to flying cars and hover boards), seems no closer now than it did 30 years ago.

BUT WAIT! Could private research and funding be the future of galactic exploration? And maybe once we are all able to see the earth from a distance, we’ll all gain some much needed perspective.

So keep on truckin’ Elon Musk, for humanity’s sake.

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