Just in case you thought you'd seen everything there was to see in music videos, an "out of this world" astronaut proves you couldn't be more wrong.
Chris Hadfield, a Canadian astronaut scheduled to return to Earth today after his five month stint aboard the International Space Station, decided to end the final hours of his voyage by making the first music video in space, Universe Today reports.
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Hadfield covers David Bowie's ever-so-fitting song "Space Oddity". The astronaut sings his own revised version as he rocks out on his guitar, in his socks, while floating in the air.
Throughout his voyage, Hadfield also developed a sizable social media following as he shared images and tweets during his trip.
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After he released the cover of "Space Oddity," David Bowie even responded, via Facebook and Twitter.
CHRIS HADFIELD SINGS SPACE ODDITY IN SPACE!"Hallo Spaceboy..."Commander Chris Hadfield, currently on... fb.me/24sZNW5ly— David Bowie Official (@DavidBowieReal) May 12, 2013