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Supporting Canadian Robotics on the International Space Station

https://www.canada.ca/en/news/archive/2015/06/supporting-canadian-robotics-international-space-station.html

Jun 19, 2015 ...Supporting Canadian Robotics on the International Space Station News Release Government of Canada announces major investment in space technology to enhance Canada's robots on board the orbiting science laboratory June 19, 2015 - Brampton, Ontario - Canadian Space Agency Today, the Honourable Bal Gosal, Minister of Sport and Member of Parliament for Bramalea

International Space Station Quiz - Canadian Space Agency

http://asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/missions/expedition34-35/quiz3.asp

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

International Space Station Heads of Agencies

https://www.canada.ca/en/news/archive/2012/03/international-space-station-heads-agencies.html

Mar 1, 2012 ...International Space Station Heads of Agencies News Release Joint Statement Québec City, Quebec, March 1, 2012 — The heads of the International Space Station (ISS) agencies from Canada, Europe, Japan, Russia and the United States met in Québec City, Canada, on March 1, 2012, to review the scientific, technological, and social benefits being produced through

Journey of the Soyuz, from lift-off to landing

http://asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/vehicles/soyuz/journey-of-the-soyuz.asp

May 30, 2018 ...Journey of the Soyuz, from lift-off to landing Since 1967, astronauts have been strapped into the Soyuz vehicle and shot into space under the tremendous thrust from the combustion of hundreds of tonnes of liquid oxygen and kerosene fuel. The Soyuz is currently the only vehicle that can fly humans between Earth and the International Space Station (ISS). Read

The Next Canadian Science on the International Space Station

https://www.canada.ca/en/news/archive/2015/06/next-canadian-science-international-space-station.html

Jun 2, 2015 ...The Next Canadian Science on the International Space Station Backgrounder The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) has selected four new science experiments to be conducted aboard the International Space Station (ISS), beginning in the fall 2015. The four studies were picked for their relevance to medical and health issues stemming from space travel (the CSA's top

BCAT-C1: Colloidal Science on the International Space Station - Canadian Space Agency

http://asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/sciences/bcatc1.asp

Mar 25, 2015 ...BCAT-C1: Colloidal Science on the International Space Station Share: Tweet Chris Hadfield on BCAT-C1 The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) Astronaut Chris Hadfield describes BCAT-C1, a Canadian science mission that is being conducted on the International Space Station (ISS). Its first run began on January 23, 2013. (Credit: CSA/NASA) Colloids: A brief explanation

Canadian Food for the International Space Station - Canadian Space Agency

http://asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/sciences/osm/food.asp

Mar 14, 2012 ...Canadian Food for the International Space Station Share: Tweet Operational Space Medicine Home of Operational Space Medicine Effects of space on the body Bones What is Decompression sickness? Muscle Overview Radiation Medical Support Medical Support Role of a Flight Surgeon Working Groups Projects Projects List Canadian Food for the International Space

Testing technologies

http://asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/iss/testing-technologies.asp

Jul 4, 2018 ...Testing technologies List of Canadian technologies being tested on the Space Station and innovations that could one day be used in space. Current technology Microgravity Vibration Isolation Subsystem: An isolation system that prevents vibrations from skewing the results of experiments Future technology Bio-Analyzer: A tool that astronauts will use to easily

Hadfield to Connect with Canadarm2 on the Space Station - Canadian Space Agency

http://asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/missions/expedition34-35/training-robotics.asp

Jun 6, 2012 ...Hadfield to Connect with Canadarm2 on the Space Station Share: Tweet Mission STS-114 was known as "The Return to Flight", being the first shuttle launch since the Columbia tragedy. Among its many tasks, Canadarm2 assisted astronauts during their spacewalks. In this image, NASA astronaut Stephen Robinson is held aloft by Canadarm2 during the crew's third

Powering the International Space Station - Canadian Space Agency

http://asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/educators/resources/space-project-2000/powering.asp

Nov 30, 2000 ...Powering the International Space Station Share: Tweet Space Project 2000 Home of Space Project 2000 Way Cool! Space Travel Making a Rocket, Recipe for a Rocket and Balloon Staging Space Station, do You Read Me? Making a Photovoltaic Cell The Solar System & Magic Planets Luminous Water and Counting the Stars The Colour Spectrum and Locating Magnetic North

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