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The David Florida Laboratory celebrates 50 years of activity – Infographic

2022-09-30 – The David Florida Laboratory is Canada's world-class spacecraft assembly, integration and testing centre. The DFL opened its doors in 1972, the 10th anniversary of the launch of Alouette. It is named in honour of one of Canada's pioneers in space research, C. David Florida. Since 1972, it has played a key role in some of the most significant Canadian space projects. The infographic showcases five important space endeavours: Hermes, Canadarm, RADARSAT-1, NEOSat, RADARSAT Constellation Mission and the James Webb Space Telescope. (Credit: Canadian Space Agency)

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