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Canadian Space Agency projects to be part of future space mission

Ottawa - With an eye on future lunar exploration, Canada’s space agency is calling on companies to present their ideas for everything from moon-rover power systems to innovative mineral prospecting techniques.

Prime Minister Trudeau introduces Canada's two new astronauts

An air force pilot and a lecturer at the University of Cambridge have been named Canada’s newest astronauts, joining David St. Jacques and Jeremy Hansen as future Canadian representatives in space!

Five amazing Canadian space facts you should know

With the announcement that Canso, Nova Scotia will be host to a new satellite launching rocket pad in the not-too-distant future, it’s the perfect time to show off some of Canada’s noteworthy space exploration facts.

NASA's asteroid-sampling mission dependent on Canadian laser, OLA

At 7:05 p.m. EDT on Thursday, NASA will launch a rocket carrying OSIRIS-REx, a 6.2 meter (20.3 feet) spacecraft into the sky on an historic mission to bring back dust from the asteroid Bennu, and a Canadian instrument called OLA will play a key role.

Canadian Space Agency instrument to map Earth-destroying asteroid

The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) has provided NASA with a high-tech laser mapping system, known as OLA, that can provide 3D maps of the Earth-destroying asteroid Bennu.

Canada releases new stunning photos of aurora borealis

The Canada Space Agency released new images of the northern lights hovering over Yellowknife, the capital of the Northwest Territories.

Interview with Canada's first astronaut Marc Garneau Special

Ottawa - Dr. Marc Garneau stepped into history as Canada's first astronaut. In 2013 he entered the race for leader of Canada's Liberal Party in an ultimate quest to serve as chief executive: The Prime Minister of Canada.

Endeavour: Canada's Space Shuttle Special

If any space shuttle needs a Canadian flag on it’s wing, it’s the orbiter Endeavour. Since it’s first launch in 1992, NASA’s fifth shuttle ferried the most Canadian astronauts to space.

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Artist’s conception of the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft during its Touch-and-Go sampling maneuver at Benn...
Artist’s conception of the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft during its Touch-and-Go sampling maneuver at Bennu.

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