From CubeSat to Personal Protective Equipment: News from the University of Prince Edward Island Spudnik-1 team

The University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI) closed its labs when the COVID-19 pandemic hit in…

Canadarm2 and Dextre unlock new level of autonomy

Having recently celebrated 20 years on the International Space Station (ISS), Canada’s iconic robotic arm is…

Canadarm2: 20 years of Canadian space robotics

On March 12, 2001, a newly minted Canadian flight controller rode the elevator down to the…

[Video] Earth: better understanding it to better protect it

We’re paying tribute to all those who have put their skills and creativity to good use…

In photos: Canadarm2 celebrates 20 years

April 19, 2021, marks the 20th anniversary of the launch of Canadarm2, Canada’s iconic robotic arm…

The advantage of being different: a conversation with Danielle Griffin

Danielle Griffin, a former member of the Dalhousie University CubeSat team, is currently completing her master’s…

Who will be among the first astronomers to peer into the universe with the Webb telescope?

Preparations are in full swing for the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope this fall,…

Congratulations to Dr. James R. Drummond, recipient of the 2020 John H. Chapman Award of Excellence, the CSA’s most prestigious prize!

Professor Drummond has made many invaluable contributions to Canada’s space program over the course of his…

[Video] Polar View: Using satellite data to serve the Canadian Arctic

Meet Polar View, a company that uses Earth observation data to serve the Canadian Arctic. The…

[Video] Observing the Earth from Space – narrated by CSA astronaut Joshua Kutryk

Satellites and their data are part of our everyday lives, and we often don’t even realize…