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December 11, 1987

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration and Canadian representatives approved the text of an agreement that calls for Canada to provide a robot arm and other gear considered vital to an American space station, officials said. In return, Canadian researchers will be able to use the "full range of capabilities provided on the permanently manned space station," a NASA statement said. The accord has been reviewed by NASA administrator James C. Fletcher and Canadian Science Minister Frank Oberle, the statement said, but must still be formally approved by each government.

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