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Chris Hadfield: #GoodMorningEarth brings together for the first time exclusive stories and photos from Maclean's reporter Kate Lunau, whos been on the story since getting exclusive access to watch Hadfield train to become the commander of the International Space Station. The book also features “The Twitter Diary: A giant tweet for mankind,” a selection of Hadfield's tweets that gives readers a front-row seat on what his life is like inside the ISS, as well as dozens of his best landscape photos of Earth, curated from Facebook and Twitter. The astronaut shares his wry sense of humour during highlights from sessions on Reddit's "Ask Me Anything" and Twitter, where he answered questions on everything from fear to recycled urine to whether he could hear Don Cherry from space. Join Hadfield in the Space Station and discover what his 700,000 Twitter followers already know: its quite a ride.

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    #Good Morning Earth: Chris Hadfield

    Very high value. The photos alone were worth the small cost. This reflects a joyful and illuminating experience

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    #GoodMorningEarth: Chris Hadfield

    This book covers astronaut Commander Chris Hadfield's adventure aboard the ISS orbiting Earth. It starts three months prior to lift off in December 2012 continuing until just before he returned to Earth in May 2013. His followers from Twitter and Facebook will remember many of the comments and especially the pictures. This book is best read on a device with colour to best see the pictures. It's a quick read. It may not be the coffee table book many are asking for but it is a great book for the digital screen.

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    Chris Hadfield: GOODMORNING EARTH

    Really enjoyed reading about this historic event. Really interesting the way Hadfield explained scientific events in everyday language

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    Beautiful

    A beautiful glipse into the adventures of Chris Hadfield

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    Very poorly edited as abook

    Maclean's magazine articles are collected into a book version without editing so they are repetitious. There are some annoying typos. The Kobo eBook version cuts off many stunning photographs horizontally and carries them over to the next page. Otherwise the content is interesting but it is frustrating read overall.

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