Amazing Music from SpaceI finally got around to watching Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield's wonderful remake of David Bowie's Space Oddity, created on the International Space Station. Hadfield makes the music his his own, changing a few words, to share his experience with the world.
I was impressed with the quality of this video, from the editing to the sound mix.
Chris Hadfield spent the last several months in space, and during this time, he connected with thousands of people, young and old, around the globe. Although he is now known for his space music video, many school children learned before his video went viral. His tweets, pictures, and video clips from space were followed by students in classrooms around the world. (See "Related" section at the bottom of this post for links to related information about Chris Hadfield.)
I really liked the images from the video. Below are screen shots of some of my favorite scenes:
|:49 Chris Hadfield looking out towards Earth and space|
|1:12 Guitar floating in space station|
|2:31 Chris Hadfield playing guitar|
|2:41 View of Earth and clouds from space|
|2:47 View of Earth at night|
|4:10 View of earth and darkness of space from window|
John Bowman, CBCNews Your Community Blog, 5/14/13
Kyle Wagner, Gizmodo, 5/13/13