More artifacts today. A display case includes a device designed by Canadians and flown aboard Discovery. Canadian astronaut Roberta Bondar tested this space sled used for research on analyzing balance in space.
This panel and artifacts deal with the issue of radiation in space.
The second floor balcony allows for looks out over the entire Museum, as we'll see in the next two days as I close out this series. For the moment, we'll keep it space related with these views of the Canadarm.
This display case seen from above features a large scale photograph by Canadian astronaut David Saint-Jacques.
The astronauts in Canada's space program are featured together in the corridor looking out onto the collection. Some of them were in space more than once, and so each of their missions are covered. I got most of the set, though Saint-Jacques' profile hasn't been added to the set yet, as he's still up at the ISS, and I wasn't quite satisfied with a couple of my shots covering other missions, so I'm missing a couple of them.