This Is What Life Sounds Like If You Live in Space

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On the International Space Station, that is

Via astronaut Chris Hadfield, that there is the sound of the International Space Station, the only place humans currently live in space, as it sails around Earth orbit at 17,000 miles per hour.

Earlier this week, Hadfield recorded a song about seeing the Earth from ISS. It is believed to be the first song written specifically for the International Space Station to be recorded there. We explored the tale of that song and other space-music firsts here.

To learn more about life in space, follow Commander Hadfield on Twitter.

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Rebecca J. Rosen is a senior editor at The Atlantic, where she oversees the Business Channel. She was previously an associate editor at The Wilson Quarterly.

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