The tiniest astronaut.
Be careful: They'll all be polite, but they might not be your best friend.
Quick thinking doesn't come close to capturing it...
"There's a ticket waiting for you."
Commander Hadfield will star in a new cartoon series alongside his trusty pug, Albert.
Sandwiches were also eaten.
Apparently, a lot of people want to bone David Attenborough.
"Vaginal wetness could be an issue."
NASA banned alcohol, but that didn't stop the Russians.
This is grrrround control to Major Tom.
Your coffee table just got a whole heap more awesome.
Astronaut, musician, champion mustache rocker...
Our time has come friends.
It's nothing like what Sandra Bullock has on in Gravity.
Probably useful for non-astronauts on Earth too. Everyone's favorite Canadian space commander Chris Hadfield brought stories and advice back from the International Space Station.
Plus 33 things that Fast & Furious 6 is actually about, the easiest way to smell like a firefighter, and the Amanda Bynes bong question.
I hereby nominate Commander Hadfield for president of space. Or maybe Prime Minister of space, since he's Canadian.
Watch a man try to relive his glory days. In his home in Canada.
A salute to Canadian Astronaut Commander Chris Hadfield, who returned to Earth today after having lived aboard the International Space Station for the past five months.
The Twitter-savvy astronaut, who returns home from the ISS today, saves the best for last, by making the first ever music video in space.
Astronaut Chris Hadfield has been tweeting some amazing shots from the International Space Station. As he prepares to come back to Earth, here's some of his best shots from above the world.
Prepare to have your mind blown.
Hygiene is important when you're floating in a tin can a million miles from home.
But got astronaut Chris Hadfield instead. Greatest AMA authentication photo ever?
Both the arts and space exploration could use more funding to keep making awesome collaborations. Just sayin'.
Because no one wants to accidentally lodge your runaway nails in their nasal cavity. Every day tasks become a challenge in zero gravity.
Including two never before seen images. Commander Chris Hadfield has been taking some stunning photos from the International Space Station. The photos from the ground are devastating.
Life signs detected.