Marc Garneau – What It’s Like To Be In Space



2002, Space
Presented By: Marc Garneau

Canada’s first astronaut, Mark Garneau, shares his thoughts about what it really feels like to go into space. Euphoric and sublime, he takes us through two parts of space exploration, the magic and, more important, the profound way it changes one’s perception of the Earth with a life-altering experience.

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