Better understanding space anemia with MARROW

The Canadian experiment MARROW, conducted on the International Space Station, studied how bone marrow (the spongy…

Canadian ISS research could change how anemia is treated on Earth

Ground-breaking research aboard the International Space Station (ISS), supported by the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) and…

[Video] The FGS, Canada’s stellar navigator on the James Webb Space Telescope

The James Webb Space Telescope will be the most important space observatory of the next decade,…

Canadian scientists looking to better understand the effects of space on astronauts’ bodies

The Canadian Space Agency is supporting the participation of Canadian researchers to help shed light on…

[Video] The Webb Telescope orbiting the Sun

The Webb Telescope has reached its destination. The telescope now orbits the Sun around Lagrange 2,…

[Video] Dr. Roberta Bondar’s 30th Flight Anniversary

Dr. Roberta Bondar inspired so many women at the Canadian Space Agency and in our space…

Over 674 000 RADARSAT-1 images of Earth now available

As climate change continues to be an increasingly pressing issue, the Canadian Space Agency, in collaboration…

Announcement of opportunity for Canadian student participation in the International Astronautical Congress

IAC 2022 is the International Astronautical Federation’s (IAF) world premier global space event representing an excellent…

Read about the Canadian experiment MARROW results

MARROW’s findings suggest that further research is needed to fully understand spaceflight-related anemia. Mitigating strategies, like…

[Video] Deployment of the James Webb Space Telescope

Since its launch on December 25, Webb has successfully completed many milestones: Webb released and deployed…