Dear Earth: Happy Valentine’s Day from @Cmdr_Hadfield Astronaut challenges Tweeps to come up with a #valentinefromspace macleans.ca February 14, 2013 Twitter Facebook Google+ Share LinkedIn Reddit Email Twitter Facebook Google+ Share LinkedIn Reddit Email 0 [View the story “Dear Earth: Happy Valentine’s Day from @Cdmr_Hadfield” on Storify] Dear Earth: Happy Valentine’s Day from @Cdmr_Hadfield Storified by Maclean’s Magazine· Thu, Feb 14 2013 07:37:34 February 14th greetings from Chris Hadfield: "My heart glows like the Northern Lights when I think of you, my Valentine."Chris Hadfield Good Morning, Earth! Happy St. Valentine’s Day! Today I will send some Space Valentines from orbit for you to send to your beloved.Chris Hadfield Without you my heart is a lonely iceberg. #ValentineFromSpace http://pic.twitter.com/PSPJCfGkChris Hadfield You’re the island on the horizon when my heart is out to sea. http://pic.twitter.com/fxGzguVjChris Hadfield @Cmdr_Hadfield challenged Tweeps to imagine a #ValentineFromSpace. Here’s the response so far: Over the course of the day, I will be popping in to retweet the best #ValentineFromSpace I can find. Bring on your cheesiest!Chris Hadfield @Cmdr_Hadfield Betelgeuse is red. Rigel is blue. Neither of these stars shine as bright as you. #valentinefromspaceDale Foote @Cmdr_Hadfield "I’d spend 1000 years on the dark side of the moon if it meant one day in the sun with you." #spacecheese #valentinefromspaceRich Crosby @Cmdr_Hadfield "My love for you burns brighter than a solid rocket booster, my Valentine." #ValentineFromSpaceMarjan @Cmdr_Hadfield Love as a black hole : infinite attraction, so dangerous but absolute need to know what’s behind… #ValentineFromSpaceFlorence Porcel You are the thrusters that keep me in orbit when the world tries to bring me down. #valentinefromspace @Cmdr_Hadfielddrewski Plus … some photos from Feb. 13: The Caribbean and the ISS sharing an evening yesterday – wonderful and peaceful end to the day http://pic.twitter.com/688pdeShThomas H. Marshburn Look to the horizon to see how thin Earth’s atmosphere truly is. http://pic.twitter.com/fjdezaS1Chris Hadfield This is such a phenomenal place to be. I’m an adult busy working, but the little boy in me is screaming and running around and laughing.Chris Hadfield Air and pepper oil suspended in a water blob. I blew on it to make it wiggle. http://pic.twitter.com/Iu02n6KjChris Hadfield Lyon, France, glowing under a touch of February cloud. http://pic.twitter.com/rwv2T0cGChris Hadfield The busy Saudi port city of Dhahran, and the bridge to Bahrain. An incredible sea of humanity, as-seen from space. http://pic.twitter.com/M26F9a5CChris Hadfield Center-pivot irrigation farms mining an ancient reef of deep water. http://pic.twitter.com/CgBIa4nUChris Hadfield Wide angle look at the Southern UK – despite the blur from clouds you can make out many cities and the overall shape. http://pic.twitter.com/IrIEpEvaChris Hadfield Tonight’s finale: The Sun just over the horizon silhouettes the complexities of our atmosphere. http://pic.twitter.com/HueNtJGQChris Hadfield Twitter Facebook Google+ Share LinkedIn Reddit Email Filed under: NOTED ON TWITTER Advertisement About this author macleans.ca Macleans.ca administrator Other articles Why colleges are increasingly being seen as the smart choice How mixing and matching is making education more unique + 22 more posts this week Advertisement Post navigation Previous In Lebanon, a refugee waystation, Syria’s crisis becomes real Next Read the best we have to offer with the new Maclean’s app.