Source: Niall Leech/YouTubeHadfield was moved to tweet the video to his 1.1million followers, saying it was the same thing that had inspired him when he was 10 years old. Whoops! We couldn’t find this Tweet More: Three school teachers are trying to tweet photos from all 32 counties in 24 hours> And perhaps most touchingly… Source: Niall Leech/Twitter The same thing that inspired me since I was 10 continues today. Short video from Grade 4 Irish students http://t.co/GnTzNFGSc3— Chris Hadfield (@Cmdr_Hadfield) June 21, 2014 Source: ann harris/Twitter @Cmdr_Hadfield WOW! Thanks for that Chris! The boys in my class will be so excited on Monday morning when I show them.— Niall Leech (@niallleechphoto) June 21, 2014 Source: Chris Hadfield/Twitter @Cmdr_Hadfield I’m often blown away by the abilities of young people! May they receive every encouragement to make their dreams come true!— ann harris (@oppoftop) June 22, 2014 @Cmdr_Hadfield it’s just wonderful. Thanks for sharing Chris.— Jean Norton (@JeanNorton) June 21, 2014 Source: Jean Norton/Twitter The boys’ teacher Niall Leech, who edited the video and uploaded it yesterday, says he’ll be giving the class *quite* the surprise on Monday morning. And the video is winning high praise from his followers around the world. A CLASS OF nine and ten-year-olds at an inner-city Dublin school made a beautiful short animation about the Apollo 11 moon landings.The video – by the boys of fourth class at St Paul’s CBS on North Brunswick Street – uses paper figures and sound effects to tell the story of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin’s pioneering moon mission.And it’s all done to the soundtrack of David Bowie’s Space Oddity – the track Commander Chris Hadfield famously sang on board the International Space Station.