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We end tonight with a man who traveled into space and turned into a star. Here's Jim Axelrod. When Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield blasted off for a five month stay on the International Space Station in December of 2012 a few thousand people followed him on Twitter. Yeah we had a million pretty much. By the time we settled back on Earth. How does that happen. All I was really doing was saying I'm a fellow human being doing something very unusual very new and you are welcome to come along and l...
- Jim Axelrod
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