Feb 10, 2021
By Andy Johnson
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield’s next adventure is set in the far-off world of outer space.
His latest book is titled “The Apollo Murders.” It’s about a space race set during the cold war.
While commanding the International Space Station, Hadfield became known for singing David Bowie’s “Space Oddity.” He’s now revised the words to the song to include “Soyuz,” the name of Soviet-era rockets.
The 61-year old, who has graced the cover of Zoomer Magazine, has previously released “An Astronaut’s Guide to Life on Earth,” “You Are Here” and the children’s book ‘ The Darkest Dark.’
“The Apollo Murders” will be published in October.