How to Get Your Valentine Retweeted from Space, You Can Take the Day Off After That

Astronaut Chris Hadfield has set off the #ValentineFromSpace hashtag

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Today's Valentine's Day and, no matter how you feel about it, it's hard to ignore it, might as well bear with it, it's only one day. Disclaimer out of the way, if you're looking to do something special for your better half today, all it takes is a tweet.
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Today's Valentine's Day and, no matter how you feel about it, it's hard to ignore it, might as well bear with it, it's only one day. Disclaimer out of the way, if you're looking to do something special for your better half today, all it takes is a tweet.

If your Valentine is good enough, you might just get it retweeted from space, which is not something most people will get to say today.

This is made possible by astronaut Chris Hadfield, who else, who unleashed the #ValentineFromSpace hashtag onto the world and got the trend going with his very own creation, tweeting "Without you my heart is a lonely iceberg" next to a photo of, you guessed it, an iceberg, shot from space.

That's pretty sweet, but, then again, it's not that hard to come up with something special when you're floating a few hundreds of kilometers above the Earth.

If you think you can do better, there's no harm in trying. Hadfield has already retweeted a few of love tweets, "Betelgeuse is red. Rigel is blue. Neither of these stars shine as bright as you" is the best one so far.

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