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(had'fēld),
Geoffrey, British physician, 1889-1968. See: Clarke-Hadfield syndrome.
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It's just been an extremely fulfilling and amazing experience," Hadfield radioed to flight controllers earlier on Monday.
As the first Canadian to command the space station, a $100 mln project of 15 nations, Chris Hadfield had already earned himself a place in the history books.
Cannibal snails] are devouring the last of the Oahu tree snail species," Hadfield warned the August ecology conference.
Hadfield talked about emerging technologies in aeronautics to students at Cambrian College during a recent visit to Sudbury.
Under the Government of Canada's Airports Capital Assistance Program (ACAP), federal funding has been granted to Sudbury Airport; Toronto City Centre Airport; Sarnia Chris Hadfield Airport; and Nakina Municipal Airport.
Octavius Hadfield was one of the most outstanding Church Missionary Society (CMS) missionaries in New Zealand.
In a fitting climax to his mission, Hadfield posted a cover version of the David Bowie classic "Space Oddity" that showed him singing and even playing the guitar aboard the station.
District Judge Michael Hopkinson gave Hadfield a conditional discharge for 12 months.
The Spirit of Yuri's Night Award will be presented to Chris Hadfield this summer; further details on the presentation will be announced soon.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- A small object, possibly a meteoroid, has flown through a solar panel on the International Space Station (ISS), leaving a "bullet hole," Canadian astronaut and Expedition 35 commander Chris Hadfield said.
The image was posted by Commander Chris Hadfield, who is currently on the International Space Station, on his Twitter account this week.
The image was posted by Commander Chris Hadfield who is currently on the International Space Station on his Twitter account this week.