Astronaut’s Music Video in space station goes viral
A music video shot inside the International Space Station spread on Monday, making an astronaut into an overnight music success, inspired with his zero-gravity version of David Bowie’s hit "Space Oddity."
Chris Hadfield was the first Canadian to command the space station, a $100-million project of 15 nations, had already made himself history.
While he is setting to go back home on Monday after his five months in orbit, Hadfield released a poignant "cyberspace" version of Bowie’s song, which was initially released in 1969 just ahead of the Apollo 11 moon landing.
Meanwhile, this music video is not Hadfield’s first performance in public. He is actually the lead vocalist and played the bass guitar in the Houston-based all-astronaut rock band, Max Q.