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Canada is moving to be a new launch state at a new launch site/sight/cite canso.
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Canada...Pfft!
They can't launch yet.
bunch of red neck eskimos!!! lol.

Can LilD  so! Sheep in Holycowsmile Canso?


Quote:“Does Canada want to be a launch state? We’ve been able to answer that, now we’re moving towards what does the launch regime look like for this country.


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CANADA DECIDES IT WANTS TO BE A LAUNCHING STATE
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October 29th, 2020
"With little fanfare, and working quietly, and it seems diligently, Canada has made the decision to become a launching state. There’s no doubt that the proliferation of commercial launch companies globally had an impact. There’s no doubt that interest within Canada, including the desire of Maritime Launch Services to build a spaceport in Nova Scotia had an impact."
Read the full article on SpaceQ.



https://www.maritimelaunch.com/news

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Canada needs to develop its launch bizznazz.

https://www.maritimelaunch.com/
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[font="Roboto Slab", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Canada developing lunar rover and science payloads[/font]
by Jeff Foust — November 28, 2020
[font="Roboto Slab", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif][Image: 2019-02-28-2-MTL-AS-32-879x485.jpg][font="Roboto Slab", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]Canada's Lunar Exploration Accelerator Program, including a small rover, is part of the country's plans to participate in NASA's Artemis program announced by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in 2019. Credit: Adam Scotti, Prime Minister’s Office.[/font]

WASHINGTON — The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) is moving ahead on efforts to develop lunar science payloads and a small rover that could fly to the moon on a NASA-sponsored lander mission.
The CSA announced Nov. 27 it awarded six contracts with a total value of $2.9 million Canadian ($2.2 million) to five companies and universities for initial “Phase 0” studies of lunar science instruments. The instruments range from spectrometers and particle telescopes to an “agriculture feasibility” payload.
The contracts, with individual values ranging between $300,000 and $600,000, are intended to study the feasibility of the proposed instruments and how they will support lunar science. The contracts are expected to last for up to nine months.

The contracts are part of CSA’s Lunar Exploration Accelerator Program (LEAP), an initiative that the Canadian government unveiled in February 2019 at the same time as it announced it would provide a robotic arm for the NASA-led lunar Gateway. The program, with a planned budget of $150 million over five years, is intended to support a wide range of science and technology initiatives associated with lunar exploration.
In addition to the science awards, CSA issued contracts worth $3.3 million Oct. 29 to two companies, Canadensys Aerospace Corporation and NGC Aerospace Ltd., for development of lunar technology payloads. Canadensys will develop a 360-degree camera to provide panoramic images of the lunar surface while NGC Aerospace will demonstrate a navigation system.
CSA is also in the initial phases of a “microrover” that it plans to develop and fly in cooperation with NASA. The agency published a letter of interest Oct. 23 announcing it would formally issue a request for proposals for the rover by early 2021, awarding two contracts for Phase A feasibility studies in the summer. CSA will then select one for full-scale development.
The rover will have a mass of 30 kilograms and carry two payloads, one provided by CSA and the other by NASA. “The idea is that we want this mission to demonstrate Canadian lunar mobility technology on the moon and to gather science data,” said Erick Dupuis, director of space exploration development at CSA, during a session of the Canadian Space Summit online conference Nov. 27.
Dupuis said CSA has negotiated a ride to the moon on a NASA Commercial Lunar Payload Services (CLPS) lander mission. “In exchange for launching us, we are providing accommodations for a U.S. instrument on our rover,” he said. He said that the agreement with NASA also includes flying additional Canadian lunar science payloads on CLPS missions, fixed to landers.
He did not disclose the estimated cost of the rover mission, but said it would launch no sooner than late 2024, and more likely in 2025. The goal is for the rover to operate for at least one lunar day, and possibly a second if it can survive the two-week lunar night.
Canada is not alone in looking to other countries to fly lunar rovers. The United Arab Emirates announced in September it planned to build a small rover, weighing only about 10 kilograms, carrying three science instruments. Officials said they will seek either to partner with another space agency, or purchase space on a commercial lunar lander, to transport their rover to the moon.
While the CSA rover project is tied to NASA’s CLPS program, Dupuis said the agency was open to other partnerships for flying its payloads to the moon. “We have a pre-negotiated agreement with CLPS to get the launch of our payloads to the moon, so that is under our belt, but other opportunities could be out there,” he said, such as partnerships with the European Space Agency. “We are open to all mechanisms.”[/font]


https://spacenews.com/canada-developing-...-payloads/


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Jeeze!!!  [Image: gangup.gif] itza 'bout fricken time! [Image: lilD.gif]




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Canadian astronaut to join NASA’s first crewed Artemis mission around the moon

December 21, 2020 Stephen Clark
[font="Open Sans", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif][font="Open Sans", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif][url=https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/12/21/canadian-astronaut-to-join-nasas-first-crewed-artemis-mission-around-the-moon/#][/url][/font]
[font="Open Sans", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif][Image: b7e71172-fe51-4337-9f97-eaff9d84bb80.jpg][/font]The moon as seen from the International Space Station. Credit: NASA
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A Canadian space flier will join three NASA crew members on the first piloted flight of the Space Launch System and Orion spacecraft around the moon, becoming the first non-U.S. astronaut on a lunar voyage, officials announced last week.







There will be a second flight opportunity for a Canadian astronaut on a later NASA mission to the international Gateway station in orbit around the moon.







NASA and the Canadian Space Agency announced the agreement for Canadian astronaut flights Dec. 16, as the agencies affirmed details of Canada’s contribution to the Gateway station, which is intended to serve as a waypoint, spacecraft refueling station, and deep space research outpost in the vicinity of the moon.







“Canada will join the U.S. on the first crewed mission to the moon since the Apollo missions,” said Navdeep Bains, Canada’s minister of innovation, science and industry. “Launching in 2023, a Canadian Space Agency astronaut will be part of Artemis 2, the first mission to carry humans to lunar orbit in over 50 years. This will make Canada only the second country after the U.S. to have an astronaut in deep space.”







Monica Witt, a NASA spokesperson, said the Artemis 2 crew will consist of three NASA astronauts and one Canadian space flier. The Artemis 2 mission is currently scheduled to launch in 2023.







The signature of a final agreement solidifies Canada’s participation in the NASA-led Artemis program, which aims to return astronauts to the surface of the moon in the 2020s. The Trump administration has a schedule goal of 2024 for landing humans on the moon’s south pole, a timetable widely viewed as ambitious and one that could be reset for later in the 2020s by the incoming Biden administration.







Under NASA’s Artemis architecture, astronauts will take off from Earth atop NASA’s Space Launch System heavy-lift rocket, fly to the moon’s vicinity in an Orion capsule, then link up with a human-rated lander for the trip to and from the lunar surface. The astronauts will then return to Earth in the Orion spacecraft.





[font="Open Sans", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]An outpost named the Gateway, about one-sixth the size of the International Space Station, will be assembled in orbit around the moon. NASA has said the first two U.S.-owned elements of the Gateway could launch as soon as the end of 2023, although a report by the NASA inspector general in November suggested the launch of the station’s power and propulsion module and habitation section was likely to slip into 2024.
[font="Open Sans", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif][Image: 674ff4c4-2e32-4490-a702-0fc9b4200f7b.jpg][/font]Canadian astronauts Jeremy Hansen, Jennifer Sidey-Gibbons, Joshua Kutryk, and David Saint-Jacques. Credit: NASA/Bill Stafford
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Canada plans to build an upgraded robotic arm, named Canadarm3, for placement on the Gateway in the 2026 timeframe, according to NASA. The Canadian Space Agency has also formally agreed to provide robotic interfaces for Gateway modules, allowing the elements to host scientific instruments.







“Canada was the first international partner to commit to advancing the Gateway in early 2019, they signed the Artemis Accords in October, and now we’re excited to formalize this partnership for lunar exploration,” said NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine. “This agreement represents an evolution of our cooperation with CSA providing the next generation of robotics that have supported decades of missions in space on the space shuttle and International Space Station, and now, for Artemis.”







The Canadarm3 robotic arm will be delivered to the Gateway by a commercial logistics mission, NASA said.. NASA has contracted with SpaceX to fly a bigger version of its Dragon cargo capsule to the Gateway in deep space. The Dragon XL will launch on SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket.







“Gateway will enable a robust, sustainable, and eventually permanent human presence on the lunar surface where we can prove out many of the skills, operations, and technologies that will be key for future human Mars missions,” said Kathy Lueders, NASA’s associate administrator for human exploration and operations.







Earlier this month, NASA announced the selection of 18 U.S. astronauts to begin training for Artemis lunar missions. NASA has not revealed which of the astronauts will fly on the Artemis 2 mission — the first crewed test flight of the Space Launch System and Orion capsule — or on the first lunar landing mission.







Canadian officials did not announce which of its four active astronauts would take the seat on the Artemis 2 mission or the later flight to the Gateway.





[font="Open Sans", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]“Canada’s fortunate to have a strong corps of highly trained professional astronauts, any one of whom would be an excellent choice,” said Lisa Campbell, president of CSA. “These decisions are made with all sorts of specific considerations at a moment in time when we get closer to flight.”


[font="Open Sans", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif][Image: 32125696615_b716bc8805_6k.jpg]Artist’s concept of an Orion spacecraft at the moon. [/font]Artist’s concept of an Orion spacecraft at the moon. Credit: NASA
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The Artemis 2 mission will follow an uncrewed SLS/Orion test flight, named Artemis 1, scheduled to launch no earlier than late 2021 on a trip to lunar orbit and back to Earth.







On the Artemis 2 mission, the four-person Orion crew will fly on a “hybrid free return trajectory” around the moon.







After launching from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, the Space Launch System will place the Orion crew capsule into orbit around Earth, where the astronauts will perform checkouts, test out the ship’s rendezvous and docking systems, and then fire Orion’s service module engine to fly to the moon a quarter-million miles away.







The crew will not enter orbit around the moon, but the trajectory will naturally bring the Orion spacecraft directly back to Earth after the astronauts arc out to a distance of 4,600 miles (7,400 kilometers) beyond the far side of the moon, farther than any humans have ever traveled into space.







The Artemis 2 mission will last around 10 days, paving the way for future landing expeditions and longer-duration flights to the Gateway.







NASA is also working with other international partners on the Artemis program, although those partnerships have not yet yielded a firm commitment for flight assignments for astronauts from other nations.







The European Space Agency and NASA signed a memorandum of understanding in October for cooperation on the Gateway. ESA will provide a habitation module developed together with Japan, along with a module to support enhanced communications, in-space refueling, and equipped with a window similar to the European-built cupola on the International Space Station.







ESA is also building service modules for Orion missions. The service modules include solar panels to produce the craft’s electrical power, and propellant tanks to feed the capsule’s rocket thrusters.





[font="Open Sans", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]NASA and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency have signed a joint exploration declaration of intent to begin negotiations for Japanese contributions on the Artemis program. In addition to helping ESA with the habitation module, Japan’s space agency has also expressed interest in launching resupply missions to the Gateway using the country’s next-generation HTV-X cargo freighter.




[font="Open Sans", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif][Image: 9a093159-ff26-455b-974f-a1fc17fcea4b.jpg][/font]Artist’s illustration of the Gateway space station with Canada’s Canadarm3 robotic arm. Credit: CSA/NASA
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced last year that his country would provide robotics systems for the Gateway station near the moon. The government has committed 2.05 billion Canadian dollars (about $1.6 billion) over the next 24 years for the Canadarm3 program and associated robotic aids.







Canada’s four active astronauts, based at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, have been training for space missions for years. Only one of the four astronauts, David Saint-Jacques, has flown in space aboard the International Space Station.







“I’m pretty excited that Canada has had the vision and the leadership to commit to something that we do so very well — space robotics — (and) to take it into its next evolution,” said Canadian astronaut Jeremy Hansen. “This is a significant leap in technology. It has a lot of trickle down effects with respect to artificial intelligence.”





[font="Open Sans", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif]“The international (astronaut) corps here in Houston is over the moon excited by the prospect of these missions and for the opportunity for scientific discovery and innovation that they represent,” said Joshua Kutryk, one of Canada’s four active astronauts.[/font]



https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/12/21/ca...-the-moon/





Canada must become a launchpad or we will be left behind...  Cry Go Canso!
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Finally!!! Itza Go For Launch in CANSO!!!  LilD LilD LilD


MARITIME LAUNCH SERVICES ANNOUNCES FUNDING FOR LAUNCH VEHICLE AND SITE CONSTRUCTION IN CANSO, NOVA SCOTIA, CANADA

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May 12th, 2021
[b]HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA, May 12th, 2021—[/b]Maritime Launch Services Ltd. (“MLS” or the “Company”), owner of Canada’s first commercial spaceport, is pleased to announce that it has closed financing for gross proceeds of $10.5 million.
The financing was led by PowerOne Capital Markets Limited and Primary Capital Inc. The proceeds of this financing will enable MLS to achieve first flight heritage in 2022 of a small class launcher and mature the site and the Cyclone 4M medium class launch vehicle for launch in 2023 from its state-of-the-art complex near Canso, Nova Scotia.  With construction to begin this fall, Maritime Launch’s commercial launch complex will be the first of its kind in Canada.
“We are thrilled with today’s announcement as it advances our initiative to disrupt the launch industry by giving our clients an affordable price per kilogram and just as importantly, the ability to deliver their payloads to space when they want them and where they want them,” said Steve Matier, President and CEO of MLS. “We are grateful for the dedication and support of many, beginning with the people of Canso and the surrounding community to our investors, customers, government, suppliers and engineering support teams that have backed our initiative from the beginning. We are looking forward to starting construction, ramping up operations and finalizing our launch vehicle offerings.”
Maritime Launch provides the necessary skills, assets, launch vehicle technology, and infrastructure to serve the rapidly growing commercial space launch requirements for satellites. Leveraging highly reliable and mission-proven launch vehicles designed by Yuzhnoye, Maritime Launch will offer the most efficient lift capacity to address the launch requirements of the fast-growing LEO space industry worldwide. The medium class launch vehicle, the Cyclone 4M, is right sized for today’s market with its 5-ton satellite payload capacity and 4-meter fairing.
“We have selected the most optimal location for our launch complex” said Matier. “Near the town of Canso, our launch site will provide a wide range of launch inclinations including optimal polar and sun-synchronous launch trajectories. Along with the creation of the launch site, we are looking forward to hiring a talented team and contributing indirectly to economic growth, including local infrastructure improvements and increased tourism”.
 
[b]About Maritime Launch Services[/b]
Maritime Launch is a Canadian-owned commercial aerospace company based in Nova Scotia that has been executing a plan to establish a commercially controlled, commercially managed, launch site that would provide rocket launch services to clients, in support of the growing commercial space transportation industry over a wide range of inclinations. The development of this facility will allow the Cyclone 4M and other prospective launch vehicles to place satellites into low-earth orbit, building to a launch tempo of eight to ten launches per year. This will be the first commercial orbital launch complex in Canada.
Maritime Launch’s supplier, Yuzhnoye and Yuzhmash, are the developers of the Cyclone 4M rocket, and are proven leaders in the aerospace industry with over 65 years of experience. This expertise was most recently demonstrated with the successful Arianespace Vega launch on April 28, 2021 and the Northrop Grumman Antares launch on February 20, 2021. Both launch vehicles deploy significant Ukrainian technology; the 4th stage propulsion system and the first stage core, respectively.


https://www.maritimelaunch.com/news/2021...nstruction

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MARITIME LAUNCH SERVICES SELECTS LOCAL FIRMS TO DESIGN AND CONSTRUCT LAUNCH FACILITY LOCATED IN CANSO, NOVA SCOTIA

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May 26th, 2021
[b](HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA) MAY 26, 2021[/b] – Maritime Launch Services Ltd. (“MLS” or the “Company”), owner of Canada’s first commercial spaceport, is pleased to announce that it has selected a number of Nova Scotian firms to advance design and preparations for construction of the launch complex located near Canso, Nova Scotia.
“We have selected a number of local firms across Nova Scotia to support Maritime Launch in building a state-of-the-art, world-class launch complex,” said Stephen Matier, President and CEO of MLS. “With initial financing in hand, we have begun hiring members of our executive leadership team and we are accelerating work so we can break ground on construction of the complex in the fall.” The preparation efforts include work for Strum Consulting, Stantec, Lloyd’s Register, Nova Construction, Lindsay Construction Management, St. Francis Xavier University, and others.
Following a competitive bid, Maritime Launch is pleased to announce that Stantec, a global firm with offices in Nova Scotia, has been selected as the firm to lead the spaceport facility design team. This follows on the services Stantec has already been providing as one of our Environmental Services consultants. “Stantec is pleased to be selected as lead design consultant for Canada’s first commercial spaceport, and to act as Environmental Services Consultant for Maritime Launch Services on this state-of-the-art project,” said Lee Jamieson, Stantec’s Senior Vice President, Environmental Services Canada. “Our experienced team of practitioners in Atlantic Canada will help navigate the environmental compliance process while designing the infrastructure and utilities for this complex and unique project in our community.”
Nova Construction, located in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, will partner with MLS on the road building and civil construction associated with the site. “Nova Construction is pleased to be selected to lead the road construction. We take pride in hiring local and utilizing community materials and resources from small businesses within the surrounding communities,” says Donald Chisholm, President of Nova Construction. “Nova Construction is ready to get to work on this important project. Over the years, we have built more than 500 miles of highway across the Atlantic provinces and we are known for our attention to detail, innovation, and environmental stewardship.” 
The Applied Technology Group at Lloyd’s Register is performing launch operations air emissions modeling, and MLS is contracting St. Francis Xavier University’s FluxLab, led by Dr. David Risk, to implement the air monitoring program for the spaceport. StFX FluxLab is the largest and most intensive gas and emissions measurement group in Canada. They develop instrumentation and doink-head for gas measurement, conduct gas measurement studies, work closely with industry, and train upcoming generations of young scientists.
“Hiring local and utilizing capabilities and resources within Nova Scotia is a priority for Maritime Launch. In the coming months, we will host an Industry Day in coordination with the Municipality of the District of Guysborough to brief the community on job opportunities and the plans for construction and design of the facility. Our construction partners will need to hire extensively for site construction,” said Mr. Matier. “Today’s news is just the beginning.”
 
[b]About Maritime Launch Services[/b]
Maritime Launch is a Canadian-owned commercial aerospace company based in Nova Scotia that has been executing a plan to establish a commercially controlled, commercially managed launch site that would provide rocket launch services to clients in support of the growing commercial space transportation industry over a wide range of inclinations. The development of this facility will allow the Cyclone 4M and other prospective launch vehicles to place satellites into low-earth orbit, building to a launch tempo of eight-to-ten launches per year. This will be the first commercial orbital launch complex in Canada.
Maritime Launch’s supplier, Yuzhnoye and Yuzhmash, are the developers of the Cyclone 4M rocket and are proven leaders in the aerospace industry with over 65 years of experience. This expertise was most recently demonstrated with the successful Arianespace Vega launch on April 28, 2021 and the Northrop Grumman Antares launch on February 20, 2021. Both launch vehicles deploy significant Ukrainian technology; the 4th stage propulsion system and the first stage core, respectively.
Visit: https://www.maritimelaunch.com/


https://www.maritimelaunch.com/news/2021...h-facility


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I just Zoomed into Halifax, I'm closer to Williams Lake than you are I think.  I cold likely even drive there, given my circumstances change for the better.

Plus they might speak mostly french like Quebec, but maybe English like rest of Canada?

Congratulations getting a launch facility.

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Both English and French as it was Acadia as far as new world went.
As for the majority of English speakers...
They have ANU  type accent.

Nova Scotia = New Scotland.

Angel Where Oak Island Mystery is. LilD


If you went there 007 eye think it would be fun and beer-soaked.

 May CANSO be a meme to our nation...

Yes we can so letz do this!   Another country with launch capabilities is about to be put on the map...wow. I am so happy. 16 Canada enters the space race @ last.
Glad you support their entrepineurial efforts because I always dreamed Canada would and should be a Space force too.
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I chose the Rankin family to show how the rank and file nova scotian may be able to work  Arrow after covid lost some work for sum.

Following a competitive bid, Maritime Launch is pleased to announce that Stantec, a global firm with offices in Nova Scotia, has been selected as the firm to lead the spaceport facility design team. This follows on the services Stantec has already been providing as one of our Environmental Services consultants. “Stantec is pleased to be selected as lead design consultant for Canada’s first commercial spaceport, and to act as Environmental Services Consultant for Maritime Launch Services on this state-of-the-art project,” said Lee Jamieson, Stantec’s Senior Vice President, Environmental Services Canada. “Our experienced team of practitioners in Atlantic Canada will help navigate the environmental compliance process while designing the infrastructure and utilities for this complex and unique project in our community.”

Nova Construction, located in Antigonish, Nova Scotia, will partner with MLS on the road building and civil construction associated with the site. “Nova Construction is pleased to be selected to lead the road construction. We take pride in hiring local and utilizing community materials and resources from small businesses within the surrounding communities,” says Donald Chisholm, President of Nova Construction. “Nova Construction is ready to get to work on this important project. Over the years, we have built more than 500 miles of highway across the Atlantic provinces and we are known for our attention to detail, innovation, and environmental stewardship.” 
The Applied Technology Group at Lloyd’s Register is performing launch operations air emissions modeling, and MLS is contracting St. Francis Xavier University’s FluxLab, led by Dr. David Risk, to implement the air monitoring program for the spaceport. StFX FluxLab is the largest and most intensive gas and emissions measurement group in Canada. They develop instrumentation and doink-head for gas measurement, conduct gas measurement studies, work closely with industry, and train upcoming generations of young scientists.
“Hiring local and utilizing capabilities and resources within Nova Scotia is a priority for Maritime Launch. In the coming months, we will host an Industry Day in coordination with the Municipality of the District of Guysborough to brief the community on job opportunities and the plans for construction and design of the facility. Our construction partners will need to hire extensively for site construction,” said Mr. Matier. “Today’s news is just the beginning. 

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Those Rankin family music videos are really fun and enjoyable.
The band and the audience are all having lots of fun with the performances.
In the first video the female singer hits that sweet high note at the end of the song.
When do those video's date to?
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(06-08-2021, 02:32 AM)Vianova Wrote: ..
The band and the audience are all having lots of fun with the performances.
In the first video the female singer hits that sweet high note at the end of the song.
When do those video's date to?
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Mid 90s maritime music.  a few family members passed since.
Those Rankin family music videos are really fun and enjoyable.
feel the same way too is one of my beer tunes!

Nova Scotians locally have a distinct culture and dialect from across the sea and days of yore that blends with today.


Nova Scotia is also a great location to put any payload in space at any inclination and or orbit.

After MLS becomes viable perhaps more entepenuers will be interested in new start-ups and Canada can help take pressure off of Space-x so they donèt have to launch redundant earth crap and Elon Musk can focus more on mars.



LilD  What the hell...one more...heh!  Arrow

RE: Canada is moving to be a new launch state at a new launch site/sight/cite canso.

Mars Mover Musk
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Canada ought to develop a line of robots to replace wheeled rovers...

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Jeeze!!! Canada better hurry...  Arrow

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Canada need not build its own spaceships...go with Spacex,
and go to the Moon with robot prospectors looking for rare metal deposits.
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(Yesterday, 03:44 PM)Kalter Rauch Wrote: Canada need not build its own spaceships...go with Spacex,
and go to the Moon with robot prospectors looking for rare metal deposits.

Canada is the 2nd largest country on earth... we probably have sum of that rare rite stuff and if we do not... we can trade for it.
we can do without the moon-dust for now.

We may not be ready to launch canuck tech just yet Cry ...but just you wait. Hi

The Go For Launch signal has been sent from the gov to start sending payload above.

Itza Milestone in Metric.

Once a rocket is lit...  canucks get Space Legit!

This will spawn an industry and as you say KR one day we will be lunar hicks, lol!

Oh yeah! eye forgot.

Recall: 
Canada launches to Space all the time...  I just mean ORBITAL LAUNCH CAPABLE.


In Fact the Famous Black Brant flew last month  Arrow



When Canada can finally achieve gravity escape then we get welcomed to the ORBITAL space club.
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