Astronaut Records First Song in Space

Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield sang a duet with Barenaked Ladies' Ed Robertson.
3:00 | 02/11/13

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Time for the next little. I think definitely start with something that actually really interesting I am all about space travel lots and sometimes a bit when not that I haven't traveled. I think it's really -- -- and it made about going just days -- being spaced out but none. -- co written by an -- not and to report it that well maybe there have been because this was her -- but not anymore anyway it really interesting concept he. The hearing -- There is me blocking -- I feel the current commander of the expedition third floor of the International Space Station and Pat Robertson of the barenaked. The lady needed help cool and they didn't -- -- -- one on the ground in the -- they've been very cool and it's wonderful and so great post the same. Residents and those guys have got to listen to get a little more than they have some of them right thousands of miles so that apple -- -- get to -- that could -- back to -- that's good. Well he's. Isn't doing his job clearly but you and I may know one there -- -- new -- -- their -- called god and basically turn your favorite. -- online news and blogs into. Video OK so -- uses avatar technologies and every steal money can turned into -- your own personalized news anchor you'd like to listen to sell. -- this fat guy that has hundreds of news anchors and so you've got to pick and customize and everyone did you like to use you see going on there -- so. To meeting one day they'll be no need for me you Diana can you can go -- line that -- They didn't get -- to get there. It's a cartel is there have been -- credible. And I are cutting back pass. The idea of doing it incredible that -- I don't know that I've got to really. I mean job security folks don't do that -- -- -- -- and -- job -- they've gotten her to go back then is it need to just. I'm relaxed he needs -- you need to just relax. The -- is there they knew it. The growing level research that's. More daytime work outs short afternoon now belong to sleep hours more -- away from the office and longer more free and vacations. Boost productivity Smallville I don't -- shift. And help. We get a memo until -- of the more relaxed more productive you want to go to. -- W value then yeah also. -- you maker's mark drinkers out -- overview of the Berman apparently there's increasing demand for the drink they cannot keep all within. As -- some secret email some come out from the company's executives and they're actually lowering them. Percent of alcohol and maker's mark from. To 42 would help keep up with -- demand out -- for all of you -- smugglers so they didn't drink a little bit 3% -- just now getting no. -- -- --

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