Dealing with Pressure in Space and Life

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What does retired colonel Chris Hadfield emphasize as the key to dealing with dangerous and scary situations in space?

Being prepared for the worst

According to the astronaut saying mentioned, what is the perspective on problems in space?

There is no problem so bad that you can't make it worse

What action does Hadfield suggest is a starting point for dealing with complexity and pressure?

Walking into a spider's web

Where was Colonel Chris Hadfield when he tweeted and covered Bowie, reminding the world of our love for space?

International Space Station

Where did the talk featuring Chris Hadfield take place?

Official TED conference

Match the following astronauts with their notable saying:

Chris Hadfield = In space, there is no problem so bad that you can't make it worse. Neil Armstrong = That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind. Sally Ride = Young girls need to see role models in whatever careers they may choose. Buzz Aldrin = Contact light.

Match the following TED talk features with their descriptions:

Official TED conference = Where this talk was presented. TED's editors' choice = Reason why this talk was featured for you. Daily email feature = What subscribers receive, including trending content. Special space-y performance = What to watch out for during the talk.

Match the following locations with their relevance to space activities:

International Space Station = Where Chris Hadfield tweeted and covered Bowie. Moon surface = Where Neil Armstrong made his iconic statement. Mars rover landing site = Where recent explorations have taken place. NASA headquarters = Base of operations for many space missions.

Match the following technologies with their primary function in space missions:

Space suit = Protecting astronauts from harsh conditions in space. Satellite = Facilitating communication and navigation in space. Telescope = Observing distant celestial objects. Rover = Exploring planetary surfaces.

Match the following space concepts with their respective meanings:

Microgravity = Condition experienced in free fall where gravity seems to be very weak. Black hole = Region of spacetime where gravity is so strong that nothing can escape. Asteroid belt = Concentration of rocky and metallic debris orbiting the Sun between Mars and Jupiter. Light-year = Distance light travels in one Earth year.

Learn from retired colonel Chris Hadfield as he shares insights on how to be prepared for the worst in space and in life. Discover valuable lessons on dealing with complexity and dangerous situations.

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