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Museum exhibitions

http://asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/exhibitions/museum-exhibitions/default.asp

Jul 12, 2019 ...Museum exhibitions Health in Space: Daring to Explore, Life in Orbit: The International Space Station, The Legacy of the Canadarm, and the AuroraMAX aurora borealis simulator Topics Health in Space: Daring to Explore Exhibition in Ottawa demystifying the effects of space on the human body and featuring a special section on David Saint-Jacques. Life in Orbit

International Space Station Benefits for Humanity

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Nov 27, 2015 ...International Space Station Benefits for Humanity Almost as soon as the International Space Station (ISS) was habitable, researchers began using it to study the impact of microgravity and other space effects on several aspects of our daily lives. This unique scientific platform continues to enable researchers from all over the world to put their talents

International Space Station news - 2014

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Apr 14, 2015 ...International Space Station news - 2014 International Space Station Agency Heads Joint Statement The heads of agencies gathered for a photo during a meeting held in Paris on November 4, 2014 to discuss the utilization of the International Space Station. From left to right: President of JAXA, Naoki Okumura, DG of ESA, Jean-Jacques Dordain, Oleg Ostapenko

International Space Station news - 2013

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Mar 25, 2015 ...International Space Station news - 2013 The International Space Station (ISS) turns 15 on November 20! Celebrate with a Virtual World-Wide Wave! 2013-11-15 Since the launch of Zarya, the first module of the ISS, on November 20, 1998, five space agencies have worked together to build the orbiting science lab—one of the most complex scientific

Canada and the International Space Station

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Mar 15, 2013 ...Canada and the International Space Station News Release Ottawa, Ontario – The Government of Canada is a proud and committed partner in the International Space Station – one of humanity’s greatest achievements in science, engineering and technology, and a global showcase for Canada’s renowned expertise in space robotics and science. On March 15, 2013, Prime

My classroom, my Space station!

http://asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/missions/expedition58-59/activities/my-class-my-space-station.asp

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

How to see the Space Station from your backyard

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Jun 13, 2018 ...How to see the Space Station from your backyard The ISS shoots over Toronto in this time-lapse photo taken on February 13, 2013. (Credit: Andrew Yee) Did you know that you can see the International Space Station (ISS) in the night sky as it passes over your area at a distance of approximately 400 km from Earth? To the naked eye, the Space Station looks like

How well do you know the International Space Station?

http://asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/quiz/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

International Space Station Quiz - Canadian Space Agency

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Jun 6, 2012 ...International Space Station Quiz Share: Tweet 1) Canada's International Space Station (ISS) partners are  a. The United States and Russia  b. The United States, Russia and Europe  c. The United States, Russia, Europe and Japan 2) A key Canadian contribution to ISS, Dextre, is  a. A sophisticated dual-armed robot and the station's "handyman"  b. A mobile

Dextre-Operated Camera: Taking a closer look at the International Space Station

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Mar 9, 2018 ...Dextre-Operated Camera: Taking a closer look at the International Space Station Optics & Robotics The Dextre-Operated Camera (DOC) is an upcoming portable enhanced-vision tool that can be attached to Dextre, the International Space Station's handyman. DOC is designed to inspect the Space Station for signs of damage and monitor the approach and departure

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