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    Canadian astronaut and outgoing International Space Station (ISS) Commander Chris Hadfield recorded the first music video in space while floating in zero gravity, strumming an acoustic guitar and crooning his own rendition of David Bowie’s “Space Oddity” as a special farewell before heading back to Earth on Monday. The video went viral, netting more than six million views by Tuesday on YouTube.

    Canadian astronaut and outgoing International Space Station (ISS) Commander Chris Hadfield recorded the first music video in space while floating in zero gravity, strumming an acoustic guitar and crooning his own rendition of David Bowie’s “Space Oddity” as a special farewell before heading back to Earth on Monday. The video went viral, netting more than six million views by Tuesday on YouTube.

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