CSA Astronaut Chris Hadfield pilots a T-38 – a supersonic jet trainer – flying from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida to Houston, Texas. The T-38 is NASA’s primary aircraft for astronaut training. Hadfield is training for his third space mission scheduled for December of 2012. He will become the first Canadian to command the International Space Station.
In the Absence of Government Leadership Canada’s Space Sector Faces Uncertain Future – Space Quarterly Archives
Continuing with our Summer Reading Series of articles or interviews that still have some relevance today, we …