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International Space Station

Jul 25, 2018 ...International Space Station About the Station, Canadian science, space robotics, crew, testing technologies, and news. Topics About Information about the orbiting laboratory, its modules and its size. Canadian space robotics Canadian robotics on the International Space Station, their benefits, the Robotics Training and Mission Control Centres. How to see

International Space Station Crew

Jun 21, 2018 ...International Space Station Crew The first International Space Station crew arrived at the Station on November 2, 2000. Since then, this orbiting laboratory has been permanently inhabited by small groups of astronauts from around the world, making it possible to maximize the Station's scientific potential. During expeditions aboard the Station, astronauts

International Space Station news

Jun 26, 2018 ...International Space Station news Canadarm2 to make its 30th cosmic catch as SpaceX's Dragon brings Canadian supplies to Station Credit: Canadian Space Agency 2018-06-26 On June 29, Dragon will launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida, destined for the International Space Station. As part of its cargo, the unpiloted ship will transport important materials

About the International Space Station

Jun 13, 2018 ...About the International Space Station The International Space Station (ISS) is a research laboratory that orbits the Earth. Canada is one of the Station's partners, along with the United States, Russia, Europe and Japan. Canada's contribution to the International Space Station consists of cutting-edge robots Canadarm2 and Dextre, and the Mobile Base System

News Article | RCAF tracks Chinese space station

Jul 6, 2018 ...RCAF tracks Chinese space station Image Gallery Related Links A high-tech boost to the use of satellites on deployed operations News Article / April 10, 2018 Click on the photo under “Image Gallery” to see more photos. Royal Canadian Air Force The Canadian Space Operations Centre (CANSpOC) is the Royal Canadian Air Force’s Director General Space’s

Canadian science on the International Space Station

Jun 12, 2018 ...Canadian science on the International Space Station Why we do science on the Station, and past, current and future experiments. Topics Why do we conduct science experiments in space? Preparing to send humans to deep-space destinations and improving our quality of life on Earth. Current experiments Understanding cardiovascular health, investigating bone

How well do you know the International Space Station?

Jul 5, 2018 ...How well do you know the International Space Station? How much do you know about the International Space Station (ISS), one of humanity's most ambitious and complex collaborations? Take this quiz to find out! Question 1. What is the International Space Station? Source : NASA A rocket A research laboratory that orbits the Earth A spacecraft heading to Mars

Watch the International Space Station live

Apr 19, 2018 ...Watch the International Space Station live Take a far-out ride above the clouds! Watch live video from International Space Station (ISS) cameras when the orbiting laboratory is in contact with the ground. Audio between astronauts and Mission Control accompanies views inside the ISS. You might also see Canadian robots Canadarm2 and Dextre hard at work

My classroom, my Space station!

Mar 26, 2018 ... Links Multimedia Activities You are here: Home Missions Expedition 58/59 Activities My classroom, my Space station! Students participating in a Let's Talk Science's workshop. (Credit: Let's Talk Science) The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) is partnering with Let's Talk

Canadarm2, the Canadian robotic arm on the Space Station

Jun 12, 2018 ...Canadarm2, the Canadian robotic arm on the Space Station About the robotic arm, its data sheet, its history, cosmic catches. Topics About Canadarm2 Canadarm2's tasks in orbit, its specifications and how it moves on the Station. Data sheet List of its technical specifications. The history of Canadarm2 The history of the Canadian arm from design to deployment

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