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I quite like the man. Ironically, he seems quite down to Earth.
I was going to try to think of something witty, but then I read your comment and gave up 😂
Only Real Earthling can be astronauts after all
I felt this guy was out of this world.
its funny because hes an astronaut
I quite like ur English
This guy is like the peak of humanity. Master's degree in aviation systems, fighter pilot for 25 years, became an engineer and astronaut, went on 2 space shuttle missions (including making videos on them), installed the Canadarm 2, and commanded the entire ISS for a short time. Like, you're done. You're basically overqualified for almost any other job on earth after that. He earned his retirement with flying colors.
And he even plays guitar😂
@Untitled Name He can actually, he'd have to learn tho.
_Plus, he can play guitar!_
And he has a mustache
He actually was also working in the healthcare field too. My mother worked at the hospital that he was working with
Out of all the "expert reacts to movies" that I've seen so far, this is by far the best. This man is something else.
I was your 1k like. =P
WOWW YOU DON'T READ MY PROFILE PICTURE 😶😶❌❌
His explanations did not allow a 0/10 rating. Brutal honesty
Thank you Chris Hadfield for telling a true story of women and for expressing the wonder of the universe and being human. How did I not know about Peggy Whitson?
What do you mean how did he know about her? That is his job to know things like this. He is working in the same field as her so only makes since he would know over time.
@abraham G but just like in sports you probably know who the best basketball player is don't you? of course your not going to know every player just like your not going to know every astronaut but Peggy whitson is literally the most experienced astronaut in the world. Its crazy how ive heard of this guy more than I have her.Edit: (the person I replied to deleted their comment but I think they were basically saying their not surprised and its not a big deal because your not going to know every single astronaut, or something along those lines)
The way Chris Hadfield articulates his thoughts into Layman's terms is art in itself.
@Bojan Bojovic Grow up.
@Susan Stenson Lalalalala... :)
@Bojan Bojovic Whoosh! And there went the point, sailing right over your head.
@Susan Stenson No need to be defensive, I just answered to the comment with my name in it. I never mentioned you needing any permission or told you to stop commenting, relax.As for him being Canadian, it is really irrelevant and that was the point of my original comment. You know, there are people on this planet that do not need collective but only their personal identity.
@Bojan Bojovic It's a public channel, most people have no clue that he's Canadian, it's not a crime to express respect for Canadian astronauts, and I actually don't need your permission to post here.Other than that, I don't disagree with your assessment of him. I just disagree with your apparent notion that you're the only person who gets to comment about him.
Props to Vanity Fair for letting him just talk and story-tell. Too many channels love to cut and speed through an interview or feature.
Hospitals are getting up to 100k per person that dies of C....d. Look up the CARES act.
Amen! Well said. You love to see this type of content.
Letting him? What was stopping him to begin with?
@Carlie 88 pre-covid he would regularly do speaking tours and I've been lucky enough to attend several. Listening to him speak unedited is pretty similar to this interview, actually. I don't think vanity fair could have cut his stuff down and had it still make sense, because he tends to explain things or tell stories in a long, very well organized form where every part of the idea he's expressing requires the context of every other part for the whole idea make sense at the end. It doesn't lend itself well to editing down to sound bites. When he explains something, he uses a lot of words, but almost none of it is filler or unnecessary, so you can't really cut much out. I bet you could find recordings of some of his appearances if you look!
@Takeyoshi Kobayashi Not if is a magnetic bearing
This man said he just casually space walked in an aurora borealis. Literally never even thought that was possible. He truly has lived life. Wow
@ramon ortiz I found the sped
@ramon ortiz my guy u are crazy. All this video does is talk about science. If u think science is nonsense then good luck to you
@ramon ortiz what is scientism
Anybody saying he was "too critical" on Gravity... When the movie was made it was praised as being "Hyper Realistic and as Real as it Gets!" They also claimed NASA personnel were consulted before hand to ensure the most realistic experience.. it doesn't appear any of that happened outside of the imagery being spot on perfection!
@Verena Meßner oh yeah I remember that, they just stored antimatter in a tube...
@Kendall Drury I guess it's like when they filmed that Dan Brown book Angels and Demons. There are some scenes at CERN and when I was there they told us, the movie poeple came and looked at the lab where the anti matter stuff happens and how it's done but then decided this looks boring and so they just showed completely different things that didn't make sense.
They probably consulted Nasa staff, then ignored their notes. Just because they were consulted doesn't mean their advice was taken.
I respect that he stated what he _did_ like about it as well. That's an important skill to have when critiquing something.Personally, I don't like 2001 because of how much it butchers the story into utter nonsense compared to the book. But I do at least have to agree that, in terms of an art piece, it does a very good job at that.
I just LOVE how Chris Hadfield can be exasperated AF about a movie having a Damsel in Distress astronaut, or getting just about everything wrong ... but he *still* has the time to say "the acting is great" & "I'm glad they safely landed."(Even if they are written as a bunch of yelling panicking idiots.)
"I'm actually younger than I would have been if I had stayed on Earth those six months."Mind: blown. We have a real, actual time traveller living with us.
@J A When a KRclip comment has "(edited)" after it, that means you're not reading what the person originally said. Yes. I can read.
@ZIaman that's exactly what he said wtf? Can you read?
Oh look all the physicist in the comments
Your feet will be younger if you only consider gravitatial effect.
@Sirris Good arguments.
I love how offended Chris is with Gravity.
@OskiFats that and the concept of gravity he rejects both entirely
I think everyone was offended by that movie
With good reason
he controls it
🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 I was just thinking that
Hadfield is a Canadian treasure. I could listen to this man tell stories or explain concepts for hours on end.
So He was an Canadian Fighter Pilot?
You can feel how Chris loves his job by the way he talks about Space and what's like to be an astronaut. It's contagious. One of the best interviews/reviews I've ever see.
Chris is everything I wanted to be when I was 6 years old. Pilot, astronaut, athlete, rock star…he’s honestly the coolest guy I’ve ever heard of.Also, Gravity sucked so bad. I’m glad he hates it too.
Just don’t tell that to my father because he likes that one. Keep it to yourself.
Chris Hadfield is our natural treasure. No BS, straight facts.
Air, Water, Sun, Earth.Liars & traitors are facing 20 to life very soon.So, enjoy Chris while you can.
@Corrinne he's american if you're canadian
@orang I'm Canadian friend
he's canadian if you're american
Him defending his female colleagues for this stereotypical frantic woman is GOLD. Much appreciated.
It's a stereotype for a reason, though.
Hollywood has always had a lot of chauvinistic directors. And I too fear it has a negative influence on young boys and girls.
Word! That's so typical, demeaning and wrong. Real men see women as humans.
@Sara He sure sounds like one.
Chris seem like the type that would actually make learning fun and enjoyable. I think alot teachers lack in that area (not all teachers) but most. I always learned better when I was intrigued and like I said enjoyed it. Shout out to the teachers who make learning NOT so DULL.
Especially my French teacher
what i think is SO cool about chris hadfield is that he is all these amazing things, he literally commanded some of the most IMPORTANT man made structures in the history of humanity but when i hear him talk or i watch videos of him, i don't see him as anything more significant than everyone else. i'm not sure how to put in into words but it's like as if i saw him on a subway, i might not even realize it's him and i don't mean that in a bad way. being able to do ALL those incredible things but still keep your humanity and kindness is the most crucial thing that SO many celebrities and alike forget. it makes me really really really respect him as a fellow human, not just another jumble of pixels we see everyday
Oddly enough, I get the impression that that's a huge part of why he's a scientist.
One of the coolest experiences of my life was in 2006 - I was luckily chosen to take part in the Scottish Space School as a teenager, we were flown out to Houston and spent 10 days hanging out with Nasa staff and touring Nasa facilities (as well as taking part in group challenges). We got a tour of the mission control centre (much more in depth than the paid tours - we weren't behind glass), we returned in evening to meet Gene Kranz and with him we watched Apollo 13 in the actual old Mission Control where it all happened.
This guy’s reverence for the universe and its magic re-inspired me, reminded me of the awe it’s possible to feel when just looking up at the stars- I’m actually CRYING because I haven’t felt connected to that in such a long time. And I feel a lot better about my intelligence level because an actual astronaut was as bewildered as I was about the movie interstellar.
Imagine watching a space film in the cinema and you see Chris hadfield angrily leave the cinema
It could happen.
what if he was just going to the men's room !!
When he started to describe his experience of gazing upon the Earth, I started to tear up, space is truly beautiful.
This man is a wonderful communicator. I could listen to him for hours.
We need more people like Chris Hadfield in this world - he’s simply an amazing human being.
For Interstellar at least, my biggest complaint was the lack of informationHow did nobody expect the time dilatation around a planet that is uniquely susceptible to time dilatation? How did nobody expect massive tidal waves caused by a gravitation pull that would naturally create tidal waves on the planet ?Why was the crew so blind to everything that they had to go through?All of the situations make sense. The only illogical part is the crew that is meant to deal with it.
The crews ability is the buffer for the audience
I have never heard someone hate on Gravity as much as he does and I love it.
That movie is so overrated
The mistake he made, which is a common one, is thinking that Gravity is a story set in space.
@gninja92 interstellar used muted sound a lot, most notably in the scene where Damons character blows up the airlock
@Robert M you cant feel the emotional impact if your eyes fell out your head because you rolled them too hard at the sheer stupidity
"I've been around the world 2650 times or so.." I love how he just pulled that one out casually haha
I can sit all day and listen to his space experience, and I admit that he made want to go space for a minute although it might sound very clever
I absolutely love how Chris is with gravity and how he’s concerned how a little girl would see it
Let’s give this man a few decades to be a “FBI agent, martial artist, movie script writer/movie director ” to mention a few, there are some issues with these movies he needs to address 🙌🏽
"I surfed the northern lights" is probably the hardest flex in human history
@Crouch Jump lol I love that one person like you that always tries to analyze a meaningless KRclip comment that is sarcastic and stated in a joking way, and then give your “I’m the serious outlier guy” opinion as though you and Chris are best buddies. Pump the brakes, take it easy champ, it’s just the Internet.
He said "far enough south" so he had to be talking about the Aurora Australis, not the northern lights.
@Homebrand Fishfood This needs quotation marks or someone's gonna misunderstand you.
He also took “I’ve been around the world” to a whole new level.
0:51 - Gravity5:00 - Passengers7:59 - Armageddon9:53 - The Martian13:40 - Apollo 1316:27 - Interstellar20:40 - First Man23:56 - Hidden Figures25:55 - Ad Astra29:27 - 2001: A Space Odyssey31:09 - WALL-E32:46 - Sunshine
@Santiago Lopez read a book
@myusernameissogoddamnlongthatiamonlyhalfwaythrough No, I wasn’t talking about the story concept. I meant the visual format and the sound editing as well as the background music marked a new age of cinema that would have taken at least another 12 years to get to that level. It makes no sense because Stanley Kubrick made 2001 at a time when certain technology and cinematography equipment wasn’t available or even existed yet.
@myusernameissogoddamnlongthatiamonlyhalfwaythrough That doesn’t exactly seem to answer my question but nice try.
@Santiago Lopez it was miles ahead in technological advancement in 1968. It's one of the most brilliant films ever made. Our first tool became our first weapon...then a bone/tool spinning in the air cuts to the space station. Then AI turns on us...it's happening again
@Koolaid Salad Not true. People had already gone into space by then, we just hadn’t reached the moon yet until a year later.
I think he actually pointed out one of the major flaws in the movie industry in general: People rarely write characters in a good realistic way and develop the story around them. More often than not, they just grab their basic story template, then write the characters to fit into that narrative, and boom, there you go, another iteration of the same exact movie in a different setting.also, would really love to have an astronaut review the movie operation ganymed. or better yet a survival expert since most of the movie actually takes place on earth. to me it seems fairly realistic, but i'd really like an expert opinion. would be pretty interesting. maybe you can include it in one of your future videos.
Y'know... Am I wrong, or did alien actually get this right, with Ripley?
I'm deeply in awe. His description of BEING in the Aurora. Mad respect, admiration, & reverence for this human!!! Thank you profoundly for sharing your incredibly rare knowledge & experiences!!!!🙌🙇♀️🙌🙇♀️What an exciting time to be alive!!!!!☮️🌱
Listening to him say "surfing on the Northern Lights" was... I found myself trying to picture that majestic sight, knowing that whatever I could concoct in my head would never do justice to the reality of what that actual experience would be.(but since he also said "we were far enough South", I believe that would be Aurora Australis - not Borealis)
I loved literally every word Chris Hadfield said in this video. I agree, he has tremendous humbleness and simultaneously such a strong scientific insight.
I absolutely love Chris, he is such a brilliant scientist and astronaut.
@dusan dragovic Good thing there’s no “Astro crap” here, just a scientist reviewing movies.
I really enjoyed this. The emotions he’s trying to communicate made me feel the awe he experienced. I wish he had recorded it for people who are earth bound.
I mean he did a fair amount I believe. That clip aboard the ISS still exists
loved it, was really relaxing as interesting. interstellar is a film i really enjoyed while watching it because i never wasted a thought on how much is real, it is just a fantasy. the ocean planet in wich time was moving fast, awesome that it was in this video. 2001 was to psychedlic to me, the intro was like being high with everything appear to be so slow, fact is i wasn't. but i guess it is a matter of taste and a classic everybody loves.
“It set back a little girls vision of what a women astronaut can be” someone give this man a medal, I know he already has some but still.
Seriously? He’s completely wrong.
@Mis-ter Solitude in martian, the girls got the guy right
@peenutz604 I love this comment, thank you for sharing!
33:37 They actually made a point of that in the movie, that the filter on the window is letting through
If everyone looked at life and life's problems like he explains in the last couple of minutes (esp where he talks of the size of humans compared to where we are in the universe), there would be peace on earth.
When I started this I thought "35 mins? I wont watch all of this" then it all flew by and I wanted more. Great video I really like Chris Hadfield.
Came for the movies stayed for the Chris Hadfield. Thank you for sharing your experiences it was priceless.
They should definetly hire Chris as a consultant before shooting or writing movies about space.
no, as an actor! He's one already!
He is an astronaut not an astrophysicist Hire Kip ThorneThe guy who helped to make Interstellar
@Guy H Most of 2001: A Space Odyssey is purposefully slow to be realistic, is a long movie, and is still considered one of the greatest movies of all time. And yes, the trippy/crazy part at the end goes beyond realistic, but that's not what I'm talking about. I'm talking about the 4/5ths of the movie that comes before then, which is very slow and very realistic, especially for the time.
@Krawna sci-fi can be space travel but space travel is not sci-fi, different things
Knowing that Humans of this caliber are walking on earth and having a feeling of sharing the same species makes my heart jump in a turmoil of emotions.
This guy is awesome! Love his voice, his humor, and his spirit. Hearing him talk about Space makes me want to even be an astronaut. But I'm too old for that and have a great fear of heights.
I adore this guy. I remember following his space mission on the beloved Hubble and started to admire him by that time. It´s an enormous pleasure and also an honor to watch and hear him on this video, specially on the last part where he shares his experience in the most poetic way. Thank you so much for sharing this!
Chris is great. I really enjoyed his thoughts on films set in space. Especially Gravity and Ad Astra. Are there more videos of him discussing this?
Dude Chris Hadfield is exactly the human that I would want aliens to encounter first.
Your grandchildren won’t know this until the early 22nd century, but Professor Hadfield was our 12th Earth Ambassador in the Allied Galactic Accords of 1951.
It would be ba for humans ... NO
What is Aliens ?
What about Buzz Aldrin? Lol
This guy is hilarious! "You get sucked into a black hole? I mean people are worried about the riptide at the shore" 😂😂😂 Brilliant, entertaining and informative video. 👏👏👏
I do enjoy the fact that Chris is watching something and knows it's BS but also acknowledges that it is a movie and the story sometimes is more important than the factual science... I mean movies aren't real life they are entertainment!
I laughed all the way through this 😂 his absolutely disbelief, especially Armageddon. Amazing!
This was incredibly interesting. Very informative without going too deep into science that most probably wouldn't understand, and fair too with commenting on some things that were accurate.
The way he can express himself so clearly and make what he's criticising, and why, so understandable is very impressive.
nisuli however, it is a politicized issue, conservativism manages to politicize everything
J K HLSHKDFKD OML NOOOO not a pseudo-intellectual conservative 😭😭😭😭
Even for a non native english speaker is pretty comprehensible
@Fire Breathing Moon Beam While I think you are right about a certain president, I don't think this is the right place to talk about it. Our mission to space is something that should unite us not divide.
I agree he's incredibly well spoken.
This was such an awesome look into Space Movies! I’d love to hear his thoughts on “Contact” and “The Beyond” 😌💯
I love listening to this guy so much! Always so interesting and catchy. He's got that manner of storytelling.
Imagine looking down at our planet during a spacewalk and zooming through an aurora at nearly 18,000 mph like it was fog. This guy saw that and I feel like my mind would explode if I experienced it
I think this has been my favorite one. I could listen to him for hours about what it was like in space! It was great to hear this!
When Wall-E is more scientifically accurate than Armageddon
@adb012 hahahahahahahaha 😅😂😂
@Octo da Trupa would be a pretty boring movie then
Not even surprised
Don’t care I have Armageddon on VHS and don’t have Wall-E on DVD. Ones more entertaining...SO THAT MAKES IT MORE SCIENTIFICALLY ACCURATE
@Octo da Trupa I didnt remember the movie and that scene but I think they had some sort of radio in there.And I'm not really sure but I think there are Air molecules ( I meant gas, hydrogen, helium etc.) in space, tho even with that you cant produce sound in space.Just to be clear I agree and disagree just a lil bit if I'm wrong imma just blame my memory lol
Mr. Hadfield is one of my favorite examples of what the human race can achieve.
Chris Hadfield keeping it real as always! I have so much love and respect for this guy!
Chris was such a big part of my little Canadian childhood, I remember seeing him sing in space and being so enchanted by it all. What a delight to see him in a VF video!
28:36 they could've made the scene more tense if they didn't have the weird sounds too. some of the most tense moments in cinematic history (for me at least) have been when the sound fades away/is gone, and maybe all the character can hear is their own breathing while things are happening around them. they really didn't need to add nonsense sounds into this scene to make it dramatic. i feel sorry for the sound design team, because they were probably like "this is ridiculous but ok we'll make some imaginary sounds i guess if that's what you want"
Chris should be hired as a consultant in every SciFi movie.
Wow! Your handle says it all...Puddles the Pity Clown! NO...HE SHOULD NOT!
dude's gonna make millions
Chris Relax - they are Only Movies - Not Documentaries !
ppl keep misunderstanding this, he doesnt mean 'take out the fiction' it just means that it would look much better if the basic sciences in films are realistic, just like in Interstellar it's physics are so realistic it even provided an accurate depiction of what a blackhole would look like (its because of the soon to be nobel prize winner physicist Kip Thorne's paper, he also consulted the film) but the fictional part are the inside of the blackhole which we know nothing about but it still works it still a great sci-fi film. the same with the passengers, Chris didnt say anything bad about the film just because it is a fictional ship, instead he focused on the physics of the water and what it would look like if it is in zero gravity and the film did it accurately.god ppl are so stupid its annoying
That ending speaking of personal experiences in space, the reverence and awe, brought me to tears. To experience something so large.... beautiful
His explanation of his experience after talking about this brought a tear to my eye. 32:49
i love that this man is so honest about all aspects of these movies.
Wow. This was such an amazing clip. I loved how he tore apart the Hollywoodized version of reality. I loved when he went off on tangents to give more context to the scenes. I loved how he was able to talk about all of the amazing things that he has personally done and accomplished and somehow do it without coming off as a braggart. I loved how he appreciates/respects and describes just how awe inspiring planet earth and space are. Just wow.
This dude is so badass, they didn’t even invite him, he just showed up and started reviewing movies
YEAH HE'S AN ATTENTION SEEKING ACTOR
He can't write an ending to a book though.
@Cassie Ridley NICE!!!
@David Come on Dave lad you can do better than that ! Surely ? 😂
Chris "I have the greatest mustache on earth and beyond" Hadfield is truly the pinacle of an human beeing He did all this awesome stuff and is still one of the most humble and down to earth guys. Would love to share a Beer with him and just listen to his storys.
WOWW YOU DON'T READ MY PROFILE PICTURE
Gotta love his perspective. The passion he gives you while explaining things he has expirienced 🤯He is right, no one would be sad about being in space, even if the world was ending/about to be destroyed behind you, you’d be in awe of space and what you are seeing.
WOW - I loved this presentation. Totally agreed with your your descriptions of scientific anomalies. One just has to suspend reality for a while and enjoy. As for Brucie's "save the world" jaunts - well, what can I say. They provide a good laugh. Movie makers need more advisers like you to let us see what it's really like out there.
Gravity (2013): "I am the greatest, most realistic space movie ever made." 2001 A Space Odyssey (1968): "Hold my beer."
Me: Gravity is such a great movie!Chris: Gravity is terrible.Me: Gravity is terrible.
@Anzar Kunhi bruh what?
I don’t quite get why you’d change your opinion.
@R R That's what sir Chris Radfield all he said was right reviewing on movies.
I think I may have a problem
I've always hated that movie
Chris does an awesome job explaining the wonders of space and the errors in the movies I loved to watch!!!
"Flew in space 3 times, commanded the ISS, did 2 different spacewalks" -- this man just lived all our childhood dreams. Peak of being human confirmed.
I would love to been a kid and being available to hear this guy space's stories every night before going to sleep. He definitely is such a humble and focus guy despite all his achievements 😌👏👏👌👌
I love that this man spent five full minutes destroying Gravity
I appreciate Chris using a language that everyone understands even though he could speak with unnecessarily large words in every sentence
@DankeBrutus That too reminds of Feynman.
He reminds me of Richard Feynman.
he is Canadian. we speek gooder than everybody else
Programing for kids...!
Great video. So well presented and commented upon by Chris Hadfield. Privileged to hear his thoughts and opinions. Thank you VF for putting this together.
I met Chris a couple of years ago, really nice guy and insanely humble for all of his achievements!
“I’ve been around the world 2,650 times or so, and I never once could see enough of it.”Beautiful.
I like how he doesn’t just say it’s bad, he says it’s inaccurate but still understands the filmmaker has to make it interesting and engaging for the viewer.
he's an actor, man, wake up!!!
@Sam Spencer Have you been to space?
@Sam Spencer Nice bait.
The weird thing is he’s wrong on a lot of stuff. A spinning arm will throw you if you unstrap yourself. Like if you spin while holding a book in your arm fully stretched and let go then it will shoot across the room while you stay spinning but slow down a bit
It's interesting when he talks about the blackhole in interstellar and saying how it doesn't follow the logic but realistically we haven't got a clue it could be as right or wrong as any theory we may never know.
@Jason for supermassive black holes, such as the one in the movie, the math says that it is possible for an object to cross the event horizon with out being destroyed.
Eh, we know what gravity does, we even know molecules can be split down into atoms with sufficient force. It's more likely that Interstellar was wrong about the Black Hole part even based on what little we know. Even light can't escape the gravitational pull of a black hole. People lose digits and limbs when machines violently pull on them with an infinitesimal fraction of the force of a black hole, its not hard to imagine what would happen to someone that's inescapably close to a black hole.
The last part about the beauty of the universe and how human react with awe just made me smile and cry. Holy moly, i wish i could see what he has seen in his life
Love this, but I wish the part about Interstellar (my favorite movie) was more about the space/physics of the movie rather than the very obvious fictional 4D bookcase inside the blackhole.
For someone who's been to space he's really Down to Earth
Netflix should give Chris his own show. Dude is an excellent story teller
@Chris L ooooh thanks for the reminder, I forgot about that novel! I just looked into Audible, they have it but it's not narrated by himself (his other book is!!).
He already is a Hollywood actor. What do you want more? IMDB
He has a Master Class
@Tod Pedler Just because you been to space doesn’t mean your the most knowledgable about space. Jeff Bezos has been to space. William Shatner has been to space. Buzz aldrin and Neil Armstrong both been to space and they thought Space X was a horrible idea and would fail.
I'm happy he spoke well of sunshine. Underrated movie.
@Bossy Bunnies love Hans absolute legend
@Kelsey Jaffer and Interstellar has a stellar (pun intended) score by aural magician Hans Zimmer.
Sunshine also has an incredible score! It's been used as a placeholder score for trailers for other movies, too--I assume because it's not super well-known. I first heard it being used in the trailer for Man of Steel!
National treasure! What an outstanding human... with everything he is and does.... just incredible. Proud that you are a Canadian
I would love to hear Mr. Hadfield's thoughts on the 100 and The Expanse, which both have some very creative and well-researched interpretations of living in space.
Someone should make a space movie with 100% accurate physics. And realize that it'll be impossible to do so.
Can we make this a regular thing? Thirty minutes with Chris Hadfield every week. I'd watch.
I just watched this video for the 2nd time, because it's so cool. I agree, we need more Hadfield!
He's got sooo much knowledge up there. Mind-blowing 😂 I'd vote for him, I mean I'd watch too
³² minutes yes 😂
I wanted Chris to review the part of the movie Stellar where that astronaut Doyle stood there like an idiot for a half a minute just staring at a wave coming towards him with a death wish instead of getting in the ship like the female astronaut did even though he was next to the ship and able to get inside before she was.
Thank you, Chris Hadfield, for doing this! So fascinating!
The time dilation thing is interesting. You get the competing effects of being further out of the Earth's gravity well, which make the clocks tick faster than on Earth, and velocity, which makes them tick more slowly. At the low orbit of the ISS, the latter dominates, and he correctly says he aged less, but by the time you get to the orbit of the GPS satellites, the gravitational effect dominates and clocks tick more quickly than on Earth. If they didn't correct for it, your GPS would be WAY off.
What an ambassador of science, and good will. Joy to hear someone who truly knows what he is talking about!
It's sad that flat earthers thinks this guy doesn't exists
@FemiNico wait, my Australian friends are fake!
“He’s a hologram” - flat earthers 😂
@Conor Corrigan lol