Chris Hadfield might have needed some time to adjust to life back on Earth, but the Canadian astronaut has one attribute that bristles in zero gravity and on solid ground: a prize-winning moustache.
The former commander of the International Space Station, who returned to Earth in May, has uploaded a video in which he lampoons himself as a bumbling earthling.
"An Astronaut's Guide to Movember" shows Hadfield pretending to record his signature demonstration videos back on earth, pouring cereal, folding laundry and throwing a ball, and marveling at how gravity makes everything drop. But then, his son enters the video to tell Hadfield the Movember campaign wants him to appear in a video.
"How many hits do you think this will get?" Hadfield says as the campaign closes. Well, so far it has nearly 281,000.
Funny enough, a group of jokers has already parodied Hadfield's space videos — even copying his moustache — showing dull reenactments of his zero gravity clips as "Hadfield at Home"Read More »from See Chris Hadfield parody himself in ‘An Astronaut’s Guide to Movember’