The blockbuster's depiction of astronauts' underwear is far too glamorous, according to the world's favourite astronaut, Commander Chris Hadfield.
Preparing to jettison from the Canadian Space Agency, Chris Hadfield reflects on Kubrick's epic film and his youth on a corn farm watching "Star Trek" reruns.
After five tweet- and pic-filled months on the International Space Station, Chris Hadfield lands in Kazakhstan as a world superstar.
In one of the coolest zero-g cover songs ever recorded, Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield does a heartfelt rendition of David Bowie's classic before returning to Earth.
The commander of the International Space Station shows how crying in space only leads to a big water bubble on your eye.
Aboard the International Space Station, Commander Hadfield explains how he inspects the safety of his spacesuit.
Astronaut Karen Nyberg demonstrates her techniques for personal hygiene from the neck up aboard the International Space Station.
International Space Station Commander Chris Hadfield shows the world how astronaut's clean their chompers in orbit.
A fascinating video from the International Space Station shows Earthlings what it's like to wring out a wet washcloth without gravity's help.