Julie's biggest task was hooking up the Japanese Kibo module, a kind of "experiment garden" in space.
She actually "Flew that arm (Canadarm)" and got everything ship shape for JAXA.
What can I tell you about Julie? She was professional, efficient, brilliant, and to-the-point. I recall she re-wrote about 80% or more of the script on the fly, including all the science questions,
enunciated well, and rewrote in French and English simultaneously. She was more serious in person than on camera.
Recording the audio for "Robomath/Robomatique" was a good experience, and I found the day historic and profound.
It was the first time I worked with an astronaut, and later, when I came upon that space shuttle back upon the earth, its days as a spaceship over, remembering this working time was
The space shuttle was a dream of the human race, and now that time is actually over and we're into one more age beyond the Apollo missions.
Julie liked to respond to direction with "Copy that," my favourite part of the day, really. You can still hunt down the Robomath package at the CSA.