The Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield just ended his command of the International Space Station, but not before the media-savvy commander issued a fitting sign-off: the first music video from space. Hadfield, who previously got our attention, and that of many others, with this microgravity experiment, performs “Space Oddity,” the 1969 single that launched David Bowie’s career into outer space. Hadfield evidently has Bowie’s blessing, and that of cyperspace. Watch the music video that “wins the Internet” here:
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