Captain Kirk is probably one of the most iconic spacemen of all time, but there's that pesky little detail where he doesn't actually happen to be real. Commander of the ISS, Chris Hadfield on the other hand, is as real as you get. A few days ago, the two crossed paths when Kirk — OK, Shatner — and Hadfield had a little chat to compare the very different experiences of being on a futuristic spaceship on a set, and being in a realistic spaceship in real space. It's one hell of a phone call. Hailing frequencies open! [Reddit]
Watch Commander Hadfield Have A Space-Chat With Captain Kirk On The ISS
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