Top 20 Astronaut celebrities in Canada

Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Astronaut celebrities [Updated December 7, 2021].

1. Jeremy Hansen

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Jeremy Hansen was born on January 27, 1976 in Canada.
He was chosen by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to participate as an aquanaut in the Fall, 2014 NEEMO 19 mission.

2. Roberta Bondar

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Roberta Bondar was born on December 4, 1945 in Canada.
She performed experiments in the Spacelab on Space Shuttle mission STS-42.

3. Steve MacLean

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Steve MacLean was born on December 14, 1954 in Ottawa, Canada.
He was a Mission Specialist on STS-115 and a Payload Specialist on STS-52.

4. Julie Payette

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Julie Payette was born on October 20, 1963 in Montreal, Canada.
She flew on two spaceflight missions and served as CAPCOM (Capsule Communicator) in Houston.

5. Gregory Chamitoff

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Gregory Chamitoff was born on August 6, 1962 in Canada.
He helped film the first magic show in space and the first science fiction movie made in space.

6. Dafydd Williams

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Dafydd Williams was born on May 16, 1954 in Saskatoon, Canada.
He flew on two Space Shuttle missions and set the Canadian record for spacewalks at the time he completed his third spacewalk.

7. Chris Hadfield

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Chris Hadfield was born on August 29, 1959 in Sarnia, Canada.
He became the first Canadian to serve as commander of the International Space Station in March 2013.

8. Robert Thirsk

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Robert Thirsk was born on August 17, 1953 in Canada.
He wrote two columns for a newspaper while on STS-78, the first time an astronaut has written for and been published by a newspaper while in space.

9. David Saint-Jacques

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David Saint-Jacques was born on January 6, 1970 in Canada.
He conducted his first spacewalk in April 2019, and became the fourth Canadian astronaut ever to do so. He took part in NASA's NEEMO 15 underwater explanation mission, and officially became an aquanaut in October 2011 after spending 24 hours under water. 

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