Space was too good not to share it: Chris Hadfield
London: Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield has said that he his life in space was "too good" to not share on social media.
With nearly 1 million Twitter followers, Cmdr Hadfield, who was on the International Space Station (ISS) since December 2012 and landed on Tuesday, has a following of nearly 1 million people on Twitter.
Hadfield, who was in command of the vessel since March, tweeted about his life at the space station, and shared striking pictures of Earth from space.
He said of his work on ISS that there is a beautiful imagery, poetry and a purpose in what is happening, the BBC reported.
He added that there is a beauty and hope in it and it`s an international thing.
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