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Remote Manipulator System Integration Test Team - 4"

The Shuttle Remote Manipulator System (SRMS), also known as Canadarm (Canadarm 1), is a series of robotic arms that were used on the Space Shuttle orbiters to deploy, maneuver and capture payloads. After the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster, the Canadarm was always paired with the Orbiter Boom Sensor System (OBSS), which was used to inspect the exterior of the Shuttle for damage to the thermal protection system.

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Steve MacLean - Personal patch

He was designated in December 1985 as the Canadian Payload Specialist to fly with the CANEX-2 set of Canadian experiments in space. His mission, STS-52, took place October 22 to November 1, 1992.

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Roberta Bondar - STS-42 - Personal Patch, Reproduction

Roberta Bondar began astronaut training in 1984, and in 1992 was designated Payload Specialist for the first International Microgravity Laboratory Mission (IML-1). Bondar flew on the NASA Space Shuttle Discovery during Mission STS-42, January 22–30, 1992, during which she performed experiments in the Spacelab.
This is a reproduction version. The connections between letters and border is more obvious and the shuttle orbiter has an embroidered outline.

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STS-127 - Julie Payette Personal Patch

Payette visited the space station again in 2009 as a Mission Specialist aboard Space Shuttle Endeavour during mission STS-127 from July 15–31, 2009, and was the Flight Engineer and lead robotic operator during the mission. At that time, Robert Thirsk was a member of Expedition 20 on the space station. It marked the first time two Canadians were in space.

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Spinal Changes in Microgravity (Canadian, STS-65)

Payload Commander Rick Hieb and Mukai also participated in a Canadian experiment that measures changes to the astronauts' spinal columns. The astronauts also shared Earth views as the Orbiter passed over the South American continent.
STS-65

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Norm Thirsk - Personal Patch (reproduction)

This patch's colors vary slightly from the common patch.

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Robert Thirsk - Personal Patch

Canadian astronaut Robert Thirsk on STS-78

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Roberta Bondar - STS-42 - Personal Patch

Roberta Bondar began astronaut training in 1984, and in 1992 was designated Payload Specialist for the first International Microgravity Laboratory Mission (IML-1). Bondar flew on the NASA Space Shuttle Discovery during Mission STS-42, January 22–30, 1992, during which she performed experiments in the Spacelab.

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Marc Garneau - STS-97 - Personal patch

Personal patch for Marc Garneau for his flight aboard STS-97

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Marc Garneau

Personal patch for Marc Garneau on STS-77

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Chris Hadfield

Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield, Mir/STS-74, STS-100

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Canadian Astronaut Program

There appear to be several versions of this patch, including a gray-bordered version and a version without the star cluster on the left.

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Dafydd Rhys Williams personal, STS-90

Dafydd Rhys "Dave" Williams (born May 16, 1954[2]) is a Canadian physician and a retired CSA astronaut.[3] He had two spaceflights, both of which were Space Shuttle missions. His first spaceflight, STS-90 in 1998, was a 16-day mission aboard Space Shuttle Columbia dedicated to neuroscience research. His second flight, STS-118 in August 2007, was flown by Space Shuttle Endeavour to the International Space Station. During that mission he performed three spacewalks, becoming the third Canadian to perform a spacewalk and setting a Canadian record for total number of spacewalks.[4] These spacewalks combined for a total duration of 17 hours and 47 minutes

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