Astronaut Chris Hadfield says space nations have more to gain working together than competing on science squib

The world’s major space powers should avoid repeating the mistakes they’ve made on the ground and instead define new relationships in space to share knowledge to make space exploration more efficient, said Chris Hadfield, a Canadian astronaut known for his vast experience on space project collaborations.Hadfield, who has worked extensively with Russian and American-led space programmes and was commander of the International Space Station, made the remarks in the latest episode of the South…
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