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Jul 25, 2018 ...KASA 2016 STRATOS campaign From August 6-26, 2018, five stratospheric balloons will be launched from the Timmins Stratospheric Balloon Base to test new technologies and conduct science experiments. Each flight will last about 10 hours at an altitude ranging from 33 to 36 kilometers. What will be on board? The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) will also launch
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France ranks among the world leaders in science and has a long tradition of scientific excellence. Cooperation
Aug 8, 2018 ... an exceptional 12-year career as an active Canadian Armed Forces operational pilot, test pilot, project manager and Canadian Space Agency team leader. For more than 20 years, he has flourished as an innovator in the creation of the electronic cockpit, and the development of technology and processes for systems and flight test certification, as well as the creation
May 4, 2018 ..., Portugal, Russia, and the United States). The teams will operate their satellites and conduct scientific experiments and/or validation of their technology development from space according to the objectives of their respective missions, which could last up to 12 months. Mission objectives and collaborators Alberta University of Alberta (Edmonton) Ex-Alta 2 Themes
Sep 17, 2018 ... research that indicates that virtual museums are identity shaping" (p. 193). For this reason, it is important for museums to continue to design exhibits for their physical spaces and not to abandon such endeavours completely to the web. The way that exhibits are designed and executed has changed in response to new technologies. For example, museum professionals
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Welcome to the Canadian Space Agency's (CSA) Technology Transfer Portal – where business and research interests can be joined with the CSA's technology transfer experts and excellent licensing opportunities.
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Jul 11, 2018 ... equipment. What does "militarily critical" mean? Militarily critical technical data is a type of unclassified technical data. It is used to produce military or space equipment and related technology. It is considered "militarily critical" because unauthorized access could pose a threat to our national security. For that reason, it is strictly controlled in Canada
Jun 12, 2018 ...Benefits of Canadian space robotics on Earth Canadian robotics on the International Space Station have inspired technologies that improve our quality of life. Topics neuroArm The world's first robot capable of performing surgery inside magnetic resonance machines. IGAR An automated surgeon robot that performs operations based on instructions given
Jul 27, 2018 ... of Canadian space robotics on Earth Canadian robotics on the International Space Station have inspired technologies that improve our quality of life. Cameras on Canada's space robots Diagram showing the location of cameras on Canadarm2, Dextre and the mobile base. Date modified: 2018-07-27
Jun 1, 2018 ...Disclosure of grants and contributions awards Fiscal Year 2017-2018 4th quarter Recipient Name: Neptec Design Group Ltd. Location: Kanata, Ontario, Canada Date: 2018-01-16 Value: $199,845.00 Type: Contribution Purpose: Space-based laser communication technologies offer significant reductions in size, mass and power compared to other space-based