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A look at life inside the International Space Station Add to ...

On March 13 – at 5:10 p.m. ET, to be precise – a ceremonial bell will ring and Canada’s Chris Hadfield will take the helm of the International Space Station. He may have the top job, but the space veteran has lived there for almost three months. Here's a glimpse into life at the station, where astronauts sleep against a wall and eat from a menu chosen five months before the mission.

 

Interactive by CHRISTOPHER MANZA, MURAT YUKSELIR, TU THANH HA AND MICHAEL SNIDER / THE GLOBE AND MAIL

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