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 For Wab Kinew, the personal is political Ian Brown's self-portrait of the author as a 60-year-old man + 12 more posts this week Advertisement Post navigation Previous Could Canadian mosquitoes transmit the Zika virus? Next Read the best we have to offer with the new Maclean’s app.