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Then I saw this video ** and the rest, as they say, was history. I was hooked.
Now, I must admit that I have never had any particular interest in space travel. Flying fighters, sure, but space travel, not so much.
But I have been wanting to read An Astronaut's Guide to Life for some time now and I am very happy that I have finally gotten around to it. It's an autobiography of sorts but more than just listening to Chris tell his life story (one of the many advantages to audio books - very rarely, the narrator is the actual author and, even more rarely, they make a good narrator), it really does impart a lot of life lessons.
In fact, a little over halfway through the book, I realized that Chris reminded me of someone else I deeply admire. Those who know, know that is high praise indeed. Different countries, for sure, but they had a fair bit in common, even if Lex never made it to space.
And because I aspire to be a giver, here is a nice in-depth (or as in-depth as you can get in 15 minutes) look at Chris and what he does.
Canada's Rocket Man, indeed.
And last, but certainly not least, there is an interesting story here about the Space Oddity video.