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20 Amazing Pictures from Astronaut Scott Kelly's Year in Space

Picture from Astronaut Scott Kelly's Year in Space

Credit: NASA

2016-03-01 - During his one-year mission aboard the International Space Station (ISS), NASA astronaut Scott Kelly has mastered the art of space photography. He has shared hundreds of photos with the world on his Twitter account to show us his life aboard the ISS and the breathtaking beauty of our planet. To commemorate the end of his one-year mission on March 1, 2016, here are 20 of his most amazing photos from space!

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A new water management program using RADARSAT-2

Slave River ice cover on April 26, 2015 - RADARSAT-2 product and aerial validation

Credit: RADARSAT-2 Data and Products © MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd. (2015) - All Rights Reserved. RADARSAT is an official trademark of the Canadian Space Agency

2016-02-09 - Satellites like RADARSAT-2 provide imagery that helps scientists better understand our planet and improve management of natural resources – like water.

It takes many steps for radar imagery to be captured, processed, analyzed, validated and transformed into data sets that can be used to make reliable and useful predictions. In fact, such products and services can only be achieved through the combination of technology and science.

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2015 Year in Review – 8 Highlights for Space, Science and the CSA

Illustration of 2015 Year in Review

Credit: Canadian Space Agency

2015-12-29 - With 2015 coming to an end, it is only fitting to review what an incredible year it has been for space, science and the Canadian Space Agency. In this review, we will highlight some of the Canadian Space Agency's proudest moments of the year, as well as great moments, events and discoveries for space and science throughout the world. Here are eight events that marked us in 2015.

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