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You have one day left to watch the ‘Space Oddity’ music video shot in space

13
May
2014

Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfields rendition of \Space Oddity,\ an astronomically popular music video shot in the International Space Station, is going offline today. According to a tweet by Hadfield, the song was posted under a year-long license from David Bowies publishers, and it expires today. During his stay in space, Hadfield was interviewed by William Shatner and participated in a highly publicized NASA hangout; he finally resigned from the Canadian Space Agency in June of 2013 after a decades-long career. Bowies last day – we had permission for a year, so our Space Oddity video comes down today.

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