CSA Astronaut David Saint-Jacques: “Enjoyed glass-like calm waters on the way back!”
Canadian Space Agency Astronaut David Saint-Jacques is currently in Canada’s North to learn methods and techniques for conducting geological fieldwork that could be applied during future missions to the Moon or an asteroid. 
Credit: David Saint-Jacques

CSA Astronaut David Saint-Jacques: “Enjoyed glass-like calm waters on the way back!”

Canadian Space Agency Astronaut David Saint-Jacques is currently in Canada’s North to learn methods and techniques for conducting geological fieldwork that could be applied during future missions to the Moon or an asteroid. 

Credit: David Saint-Jacques

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CSA Astronaut David Saint-Jacques: “The field geologist’s office ;)”
Canadian Space Agency Astronaut David Saint-Jacques is currently in Canada’s North to learn methods and techniques for conducting geological fieldwork that could be applied during future missions to the Moon or an asteroid. 
Credit: David Saint-Jacques

CSA Astronaut David Saint-Jacques: “The field geologist’s office ;)”

Canadian Space Agency Astronaut David Saint-Jacques is currently in Canada’s North to learn methods and techniques for conducting geological fieldwork that could be applied during future missions to the Moon or an asteroid. 

Credit: David Saint-Jacques

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Our very own (geologist) Indiana Jones!
Canadian Space Agency Astronaut David Saint-Jacques is currently in Canada’s North to learn methods and techniques for conducting geological fieldwork that could be applied during future missions to the Moon or an asteroid. David is accompanying Western University’s Dr. Osinski and his team from the Centre for Planetary Science and Exploration as they study the Western Clearwater Lake, an impact crater structure that is 32 km wide and about 290M years old. 
Follow #WCIS14 and David’s updates on Twitter (@astro_davids). We are also collecting images from the expedition members in this Flickr album: https://www.flickr.com/photos/csa_photos/sets/72157646081610670/
Learn more about the expedition: www.asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/astronauts/training-geology.asp

Our very own (geologist) Indiana Jones!

Canadian Space Agency Astronaut David Saint-Jacques is currently in Canada’s North to learn methods and techniques for conducting geological fieldwork that could be applied during future missions to the Moon or an asteroid. David is accompanying Western University’s Dr. Osinski and his team from the Centre for Planetary Science and Exploration as they study the Western Clearwater Lake, an impact crater structure that is 32 km wide and about 290M years old. 

Follow #WCIS14 and David’s updates on Twitter (@astro_davids). We are also collecting images from the expedition members in this Flickr album: https://www.flickr.com/photos/csa_photos/sets/72157646081610670/

Learn more about the expedition: www.asc-csa.gc.ca/eng/astronauts/training-geology.asp

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