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Canadian Space Agency

  1. Chris Hadfield Still Amazing, Performs Lou Reed’s “Satellite of Love”

    "Satellite of Love" is what we called the ISS when Hadfield was aboard.

    Despite racking up over 22 million views, Chris Hadfield's space-shot cover of David Bowie's "Space Oddity" was recently taken off the internet due to licensing. To make up for this travesty, Hadfield performed a special cover of Lou Reed's "Satellite of Love" for the CBC. Will this guy ever stop being the actual best?

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  2. Space Jam: Chris Hadfield Plays With Barenaked Ladies From International Space Station [Video]

    In what will most likely be the most Canadian thing you see today, unless there's a Degrassi marathon on tonight, here's a video of Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield playing a song with the Barenaked Ladies, the most celebrated Canadian alt rock band of the mid-90's, and the Canadian show choir national champions the Wexford Gleeks. The song is titled "I.S.S. (Is Somebody Singing)" and it was commisioned by and The Coalition for Music Education with the Canadian Space Agency to focus on music education in Canada.

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  3. Star Trek’s Captain Kirk Tweets At CSA’s Commander Hadfield

    To Boldly Go

    It's one thing to see science and science-fiction collide in something like the real sonic screwdriver, but it's another when characters are involved. Star Trek's own Captain Kirk, William Shatner, was recently spotted tweeting at the Canadian Space Agency's Commander Chris Hadfield. About space. While Hadfield was actually in space headed for the International Space Station. It doesn't get much better than this, folks. (Why Evolution is True via Tipster Rebecca) Previously in Star Trek

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