Canadarm 2 - (Starter | Initial)
Building the International Space Station (ISS) is no easy task! The crews of the ISS have to attach have to attach modules weighing tons, extend solar panels longer than a bus, and haul equipment to and from the space shuttle.
Canadarm2 is a Canadian-made robotic arm located on the International Space Station (ISS) that helped astronauts such as Marc Garneau and Chris Hadfield build the ISS in space. Since 2001, the 17-metre long Canadarm2 has been helping move equipment, supplies, astronauts, and even spacecraft such as SpaceX’s Dragon capsule around the ISS.
Created by Caitlin Davey