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Conclusion

Canada in Space contains hundreds of other examples of scientific and technical ingenuity In this Curator's Choice we have provided a snapshot of the projects and equipment that have driven Canada's space program from its inception in the 1950s. To learn more and to help you understand these developments, Doris Jelly's companion book, Canada: 25 Years in Space (1988), is recommended.

Randall Brooks, PhD

* The numbers in brackets are the accession numbers of artifacts held by the Museum.

For more information visit the Museum at 1867 St Laurent Blvd, telephone 613 993-0306, or contact: curator@technomuses.ca

Collection and Research Branch
Canada Science and Technology Museum
P.O. Box 9724, Station T
Ottawa, Ontario
Canada K1G 5A3

Canada in Space is also available as a brochure published in the Museum's Curator's Choice series. To obtain a copy, please contact the Collection and Research Branch at the address above.