The path through this area stops at a spot set up to resemble the cupola on the Space Station. Footage from that part of the station is shown on each screen, mimicking the feeling of being in orbit over the planet, at least in part.
Canadian astronauts have taken part in shuttle missions from early on with our first man in space, Marc Garneau, to the current space station residents. At present there are four active Canadians in the astronaut program, with one of them, David Saint-Jacques, having had gone up to the ISS in December of last year and slated to return later this year.
Previous Canadian astronauts are shown on this wall.
More panels and artifacts on life in space include the difficulties of medical treatment, and the commitment that such endeavours take- years of training well in advance. This is in regards to the real astronauts, not the billionaires with money to burn and an ego to stroke who pay a few million bucks to spend a few days in space.