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An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth - Chris Hadfield

An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth - Chris Hadfield

This man is the example we should use when we talk about intelligence, judgment and accomplishment
So inspiring and hopeful to see that human like him exist on Earth. His intelligence and determination have no limit and it's beautiful to see that the lessons he learned in space can be shared with all of us down here. It's simply written and easy for everybody to understand life on International Space Station and how «flabbergasting» it is. This book make me see Humanity with another eye and gives me hope for the future. It made me proud to be a Canadian and I can say that Chris Hadfield is the kind of man from who we all can learn, aspiring astronaut or not !

 

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