A breathtaking look back at Earth through the lens of Canada's astronaut aboard the International Space Station
Chris Hadfield is onboard the International Space Station (ISS) right now, but he's not keeping the experience to himself. Hadfield, who will become the first Canadian to command the ISS when the previous mission ends next month, has taken plenty of time out from his research to interact with fans down here on the ground.
Thus far into Hadfield's five-month tour on the ISS, the astronaut's Twitter feed has been a science geek's dream. Click through to find some of the most breathtaking photos snapped from Hadfield (above) deep in outer space.
Richard Steinberg is a Vietnam veteran who suffers from PTSD and diabetes. When he has nightmares, his service dog, Kira, comforts him. Kira can sense ... More Richard Steinberg is a Vietnam veteran who suffers from PTSD and diabetes. When he has nightmares, his service dog, Kira, comforts him. Kira can sense shifts in Steinberg's blood sugar and mood, helping him to monitor his health. Read more about America's military working dogs online in National Geographic magazine: http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2014/06/war-dogs/paterniti-text
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