Astronaut Chris Hadfield Debunks Space Myths | WIRED

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Retired astronaut Chris Hadfield helps debunk (and confirm!) some common myths about space. Is there any sound in space? Does space smell like burnt steak? Is NASA working on warp speed?

ONE STRANGE ROCK airs Mondays at 10/9c on National Geographic.

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