The Canadian Space Agency has one of the better summary videos about Expedition 34/35’s return to Earth from the International Space Station. Watch CSA Astronaut Chris Hadfield and his crewmates Tom Marshburn and Roman Romanenko climb into the Soyuz spacecraft, separate from ISS, and parachute down before getting extracted out of the amazingly small capsule that brought them safely home. Regarding Hadfield’s historic trip, CSA tweets:
144 days on the #ISS, 146 days in space, 2,336 orbits around the planet and clocked almost 62 million miles. What a ride!— CanadianSpaceAgency (@csa_asc)
They also conducted over 130 science experiments, a record amount for the Station.
Our gravity must feel strange after five months of floating.
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Your Gases Make Polar Bears DIE
Korea Education should not break the eggs before they hatch.
Graphic designer Jack Hagley’s chart visualizing the world as 100 people. 23 have no shelter, and 13 don’t have access to safe water. Seven have a college degree. Five speak English.
How much does your neighborhood represent the world?
This is very interesting. In fact, the Language portion really surprised me