Canada in Space
In , Canada became the third spacefaring country in the world with the launch of Alouette-I. Since then, Canada has played an integral role in robotics, health science, and satellite technology in outer space.
Discover the exciting history of the Canadian space program through Canada in Space, a permanent exhibition at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum.
This exhibition presents:
- The first Canadarm and its illustrious 30-year space career
- Artifacts from astronauts, including Julie Payette's flight suit and Chris Hadfield's Sokol suit
- Models of Canadian satellites that help monitor and protect our environment, manage our resources, and ensure the safety and security of Canadians
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Museum's contact information
Canada Aviation and Space Museum
11 Aviation Parkway
Ottawa, Ontario K1K 2X5
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