1. Robert Thirsk

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    Interview with astronaut Robert Thirsk . Commissioned by Ryerson University

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    • 9_10 Location Surveillance Broadcast (Phone Tracking, Global Road Map and More)

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      This GeoSpatial Stream broadcast discusses location surveillance and how portals are providing cellphone locations as a paid service; the Global Road Map and its quest to limit environmental impact; Canada's investment in a global survey of surface water; NATO's Joint Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance capability; industry news from Esri, Ocean Optics and PCI Geomatics; opinions on location surveillance; and more.

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      • NewCa.com: 2013 OSC. Chris Hadfield Final Live Link from ISS

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        In his final live link to Earth before returning home, International Space Station Commander Chris Hadfield is joining hundreds of thousands of singers and performers across Canada to "Fill the Skies with Music", official Music Monday song, on Monday, May 6, 2013.

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        • The Chris Hadfield World Tour Photo Challenge Announcement

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          Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfiled virtually visited 10 science centre's across Canada on June 6, 2012 to announce a new contest. The contest called the 'Chris Hadfield World Tour Photo Challenge' is the Canadian Space Agency's first-ever photo contest for the general public. The public is invited to take a 2D likeness of Chris, available on the CSA web site to wherever they travel and post them on the CSA web site. Software and tips are available on the CSA web site. The three pictures with the most votes will win a mission t-shirt signed by Chris Hadfield. The big winner will have the chance to virtually meet Chris Hadfield during a private discussion via Adobe Connect or Skype after the mission. The contest runs until Chris is scheduled to land on May 16, 2013.

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          • 2012 CSCA panel discussion on "our critical Canadian space infrastructure."

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            This is the end of day panel discussion which finished off the March 28th, 2012 Canadian Space Commerce Association (CSCA) national conference focused on “our critical Canadian space infrastructure." CSCA Treasurer Chuck Black acted as host for the discussion. Other participants, from left to right included: Eva-Jane Lark - Author and Vice President/ Investment Adviser for BMO Nesbitt Burns. Dr. Yaroslav Pustovyi - Ex- Ukrainian engineer, payload specialist and astronaut. Kevin Shortt - President of the Canadian Space Society. Ronald Holdway - President of the Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute and VP of Government Relations for Com Dev International.

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            • The People of NewSpace: Brian Shiro, part 4 - Bettering The Long Odds

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              Brian Shiro talks about NASA's astronaut selection process, the current class selection timeline, the Astronauts4Hire support structure for candidates and more.

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              • Untitled

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                • Panel Discussion: The Next Breakthrough Space Technologies for Canada

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                  A panel discussion from the 2011 Annual General Meeting of the Canadian Space Commerce Association. The theme this year was "The Next Breakthrough Space Technologies for Canada". Background: Canada has played a key role in developing critical technologies for the space sector for more than 50 years. As more countries spend an increasing amount of money on space technology such as satellite development, and while Canada finds itself in a position to be a contributor, it is in an increasingly competitive business field. So what then are the technologies that Canada can lead in, now and in the future? This is a central focus to be discussed at the Canadian Space Commerce Association annual meeting.

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                  • Canadarm 10th Anniversary Q&A with the Canadian Space Agency

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                    The Canadian Space Agency is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the deployment of the Canadarm2. In this Q&A President Steve MacLean and veteran Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield answer questions from SpaceRef.

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                    • Isabelle Tremblay, Engineer

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                      Isabelle Tremblay works at the Canadian Space Agency and contributed to the Phoenix Mars Lander mission, which scoured Mars for traces of water. She studied mechanical engineering at École Polytechnique de Montreal. http://www.placepourtoi.ca/videos/isabelle-tremblay-ingenieure

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