By Zoe Kleinman
Technology reporter, BBC News
Canadian commander Chris Hadfield version of Space Oddity, recorded on the ISS (footage courtesy of Chris Hadfield, NASA and CSA)
Canadian astronaut Cdr Chris Hadfield’s cover of David Bowie’s track Space Oddity, recorded on board the International Space Station, is back on Youtube.
The track was recorded as Cdr Hadfield prepared to return to Earth.
It was released on Youtube under a one-year agreement from David Bowie’s publisher and had nearly 24 million views.
It was removed in May 2014 at the end of the deal.
Chris Hadfield, who has now retired from the Canadian Space Agency, announced its return in a blog post.
He said there had been “no rancour” in the …read more
Source:: BBC Entertainment