Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield Recreates Photos of the Earth Taken From Space With Simple Objects on Earth

In a recent video by At-Bristol, Canadian astronaut Commander Chris Hadfield (previously) discusses photography in space and tries to recreate some views of the Earth from the International Space Station using simple objects like rocks and paper.

Chris Hadfield is the world’s most famous moutachioed astronaut. Join Ross of the Live Science Team as he asks Chris about his experiences on-board the International Space Station, the future of human space exploration, and invites him to re-create some of the famous photos he took in orbit using a variety of textures and macro-photography.

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