Retired astronaut Chris Hadfield explains how he made his famous "Space Oddity" music video from the International Space Station.

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Every April 12th, people around the world celebrate two huge achievements in space exploration. What are they, and where have they lead human space exploration to?

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Litter isn’t just a problem in your neighbourhood on Earth. Learn how litter ends up in space, and what consequences it can cause.

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Learn how to operate Canadarm2 on board the International Space Station by watching astronaut Chris Hadfield use it to capture and dock a SpaceX Dragon capsule on March 3, 2013. (2:57)

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CurioCity resources which align with Yukon's Earth Sciences 11 Curriculum Content area on the Earth within the Solar System.

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CurioCity resources which align with British Columbia's Earth Sciences 11 Curriculum Content area on the Earth within the Solar System.

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I trained for and flew on two space missions: STS-78 space shuttle mission in 1996 and ISS Expedition 20/21 in 2009.

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Join astronauts on-board the International Space Station to learn more about centripetal force and why planets or moons and artificial satellites like the space station stay in orbit. Use math to find out if the artificial gravity in science fiction movies can be a reality. (7:51 min.)

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Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield shows us his "kitchen" in space and prepares a zero-g treat. Free-floating food-eating ensues, complete with a tumbling tortilla. (2:26 min.)

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Tomatosphere™ registration is now open for educators for the 2016-2017 school year! Tomatosphere™, which had almost 18,000 classrooms participate in 2014-2015, is a program that uses the excitement of space exploration to teach the skills and processes of scientific experimentation and inquiry.

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