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Canada’s newest astronauts want to pass on passion for space

Canada’s newest astronauts want to pass on passion for space

 St-Hubert, QC – It was Dr. Roberta Bondar who forced Jennifer Sidey’s eyes four years into the sky when she stepped into space with NASA’s Discovery mission in 1992.

So she was the last Canadian astronaut woman was received in the elite club of the big votes in the first woman astronaut of the country after she and Joshua Kutryk reveals itself as winners of a year recruitment process in which they participated more than 3,700 applicants.

In a hotel lobby in Ottawa, the duo, accompanied by current astronaut Jeremy Hansen was personally greeted by Dave Williams, who traveled to space in 1998 and 2007.

“I had the impression of being six years old again,” said Kutryk, an Air Force 35 test pilot, at the Canadian Space Agency’s headquarters in St. Hubert, Quebec.

“It was a very humbling experience to see what Canadian space heroes in person and to think about how this is the pair of shoes we’re trying to close now”

Immediately after the meeting, Sidey was handed a telephone with Bondar at the other end. The experience has transported 28-year-old mechanical engineer and Calgary combustion scientists to life as a four-year-old daughter grabbed press articles about the Bondar mission in an album with her mother and was building a rocket ship since rolls of toilet paper.

Canada’s new astronauts Jennifer Sidey and Joshua Kutryk talk to astronaut Jeremy Hansen, right on a visit to the Canadian Space Agency in Saint-Hubert, Quebec.

Canada’s new astronauts Jennifer Sidey and Joshua Kutryk talk to astronaut Jeremy Hansen, right on a visit to the Canadian Space Agency in Saint-Hubert, Quebec.

“I do not even think I can remember what I said,” Sidey said of the phone call.

In an interview with the star, Bondar said she told Sidey to enjoy every moment of the experience and without losing sight of her childhood dream.

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“Sometimes there will be times in the future when there will be no doubt.There are times when you ask the question.You prefer abnormal if you did not.But what you really wanted to encourage you to remember moments when she had energy, curiosity and enthusiasm , To remember why I wanted to do these things.

Bondar said he was touched to hear Sidey fulfill his own accomplishments during Canada Day as it shows that forms of inheritance in Canada, especially among women, are significantly underrepresented among the world’s astronauts.

“With Julie (Payette) having two flights and I take a flight, which really is not very” said Bondar. “In the future, I hope Jennifer will be one of the astronauts going to the moon and will continue this legacy and will be a model for the new generations.”

To emphasize this point, Canadian Space Agency employees were encouraged to take their children to work on Tuesday to receive Sidey and Kutryk at their new base, where they gathered their new family job.

A question and answer session was also devoted to public youth issues and through Facebook.

Much has changed in the years since Bondar unveiled the country in December 1983 as one of the first six Canadian astronauts and the case has been refined in recent days to accommodate the country’s last astronaut pair.

At that time, Bondar said there was so much interest that the media was camped at the Ottawa airport pushing for the first astronauts’ observation during their flight. Instead, they were taken to Montreal and taken to Ottawa for the inauguration.

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