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Where to find the ‘best-travelled guitar in all of human history’

Deborah Knight
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A former Canadian astronaut, the first person to record a song in space, says one musical instrument has found its new home outside of Earth.

Chris Hadfield was the first Canadian to walk in space and recorded the first-ever song in space, Jewel in the Night.

He told Deborah Knight a piece of his time in space remains.

“That guitar that I played in that song, it’s still up there now … 20 years later.

“That’s probably the best-travelled guitar in all of human history.”

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Deborah Knight
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