Astronaut covers David Bowie’s ‘Space Oddity’ at zero gravity

Colonel Chris Hadfield, the Canadian Space Agency’s first astronaut to walk on the moon and now currently commander on board the International Space Station, decided to test acoustics at zero gravity with David Bowie’s 1969 classic “Space Oddity.” The results may not necessarily resemble Ziggy in his prime, but they’re better than any karaoke jam this earthling has heard.

Hadfield, a.k.a. the self-proclaimed “Space Cowboy,” has been aboard the ISS for five months and is scheduled to return to earth on Monday.

At the Telegraph, check out Hadfield’s top five lessons learned in space.

h/t Mirror UK