Chris Hadfield, the first Canadian commander of the International Space Station (ISS), said in an interview that landing a rover on Mars is almost “indescribable”, but humans will eventually get there to understand whether we Alone in the universe on Mars. He also talked about the curiosity of recent sightings of UFOs. He said that he saw countless unknown things in the sky, but came to the conclusion that what we don’t understand is intelligent life from another solar system. This is “stupid.” height”. After recording the hit record of David Bowie, Hadfield became one of the most beloved astronauts in the history of space exploration Space odd Boarded the International Space Station in 2013.

Former Royal Canadian Air Force and U.S. Navy pilots discussed the importance of Mars exploration in a recent podcast. He also said why people shouldn’t use UFO’s gaze as evidence of alien life.

“Why are we landing on Mars? Well, I think the fundamental problem is that Mars is very similar to the Earth where life first formed on Earth 4 billion years ago. So if it happens here, does it happen here?” He said Said in the CBC podcast.

When asked if he would consider a “one-way trip” to Mars, he said he was risking his life in space exploration. He was interested in it, but he needed to clarify the spacecraft, his team and goals. task. He added: “We will eventually get there and I would love to be part of the team that achieves this goal.”

A listener asked if he was following discussions on social media and mainstream media about the discovery of UFOs. For this reason, Hadfield said that he has seen “countless things in the sky that I don’t understand”, but saw something and immediately concluded that the intelligent life from another solar system is “stupid and illogically high. “.

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However, he added that it is worth thinking about the existence of extraterrestrial life, because the discussion about UFO sightings is interesting and “on the edge between reality and science fiction and fantasy.”

In 2013, the lens of Hadfield floated in the space station and sang “Sing to Major Tom (Ground Control)” with a guitar, which has become an iconic image of how astronauts live and spend time in isolation .

Several countries/regions have conducted unmanned missions to Mars, including the recent exploration conducted by China, which landed the Zhu Rong rover on Earth. All these tasks are being studied and sampled. Hadfield said that if any of them find fossils, then we will know that humans are not alone.