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Astronaut Chris Hadfield to retire from the Canadian Space Agency

Astronaut Chris Hadfield to hang up his space suit and retire from the Canadian Space Agency

| Science, Space & Robotics News | Posted: Jun 13, 2013 12:17 am

Canadian Space Agency Commander Chris Hadfield is undoubtably the poster child for not only NASA, but the Canadian Space Agency, as well as the International Space Station. He wowed us with his tweets from space as well as the plethora of videos he being back down to earth and hosted on YouTube, and now he is hanging up his space suit.

 

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Yesterday Commander Hadfield announced that he would be retiring from the CSA after a 21 year career. The commander of the first Canadian to take a spacewalk outside of any official spacecraft and he was also the first to take command of the ISS. He said that after his retirement he would continue to pursue new professional challenges.

 

 

Commander Hadfield brought social networking from space to a whole new dimension and I expect he will be most remembered for his cover of Space Oddity in which he took artistic liberty and change the lyrics to more fit a modern space station astronaut. From one space geek to another I wish you all the best Commander, and I hope that wherever you land you will once again rocket into the heavens and bring us along for the ride.

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