All good things must end, it’s said. As a perfect example of this, Chris Hadfield can’t stay in space forever. He’s set to return to the planet late tomorrow, May 13th, and it’s kind of a bittersweet time for everyone that’s grown to love his updates from the International Space Station. There’s something magical about the way he’s been able to rekindle personal interest in space over the course of his stay. There’s a new, and likely final, video from Hadfield sharing his mission reflections, and it may or may not have made me tear up a bit.
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