An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth
by Chris Hadfield
Editor: Pan MacMillan
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Colonel Chris Hadfield, who spent decades in astronaut training and recorded nearly 4,000 hours in spaceMeanwhile, he broke into a Space Station with a Swiss army knife, disposed of a snake while piloting an airplane, was temporarily blinded while hanging onto the outside of a spacecraft orbiting around, and became a sensation on YouTube with his David Bowie performance u0022Space Oddityu0022 in space.Chris Hadfield’s Secret of Success and Survival – is a nonphilosophy, he has learned at NASA: preparing for the worst and enjoying every moment.In his book, An Astronaut Guide to Life on Earth, Chris Hadfield, who takes the reader into the depths of his formative and exploratory years of space to show how to make the impossible possible.Through opening, fun anecdotes filled with launch adrenaline, the bewitching wonder of exits into space and measured, calm responses mandated by crises, he explains how conventional wisdom can achieve in the path of success and happinessHis own extraordinary own of education in space has taught him some counter-intuitive lessons: not visualizing success, paying attention to what others think, and always sweating little things.You might never be able to build a robot, pilot a spaceship, make a music video or, the basis of zero-gravity surgery like Colonel Hadfield’ sBut its vivid and refreshing ideas in this book will teach you to think like an astronaut, and will completely change the way you see life on Earth, especially your own.
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