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Looking for Canada’s Next Generation of Space Explorers

For decades, Canada has made many contributions to the field of space exploration. These include the development of sophisticated robotics, optics, participation in important research, and sending astronauts into space as part of NASA missions. And who can forget Chris Hadfield, Mr. “Space Oddity” himself? In addition to being the first Canadian to command the ISS, he is also known worldwide as the man who made space exploration fun and accessible through social media. And in recent statement, the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) has announced that it is looking…

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Flawless Shakedown Mission from Modified Soyuz Delivers Multinational Crew to Space Station

A flawless shakedown mission from Russia’s newly modified Soyuz capsule successfully delivered a new multinational crew to the Space Station early Saturday, July 9 after a two day orbital chase. The upgraded Soyuz MS-01 spacecraft launching on its maiden flight successfully docked to the International Space Station at 12:06 a.m. EDT Saturday, July 9, while soaring 254 statute miles over the South Pacific. “Docking confirmed,” said a commentator from Russian mission control at Korolev outside Moscow. “Contact and capture complete.” The Soyuz was…

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