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International Space Station Expedition 35 Commander Chris Hadfield returns to Earth, and eventually Canada, on Monday. So, what better way to end the mission than doing a personalized rendition of David Bowie's classic "A Space Oddity," in the first music video from space. (via Los Angeles Times; video via YouTube)
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It’s being called the first music video made in space. In an online video, Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield sings the David Bowie song Space Oddity while floating around in zero gravity aboard the International Space Station. - via The First Post: http://www.firstpost.com/tech/viral-video-canadian-astronaut-records-first-music-video-in-space-777719.html?utm_source=hp-footer
International Space Station Commander, Chris Hadfield, performs a revised version of David Bowies Space Oddity. Seen in this video is the Larrivée Parlor guitar that has found it's home on the ISS for the last decade. Chris has used this Parlor, the first acoustic guitar in space, to write and record the first complete set of recordings and music video in space.
Jeb Corliss " Grinding The Crack"
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I love the video! this guy is crazy but he does an amazing base jump. Jeb Corliss, Grinding the crack
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Jeb Corliss " Grinding The Crack", via YouTube. Check out this amazing flying man!
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