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The Amazing Canadian Space Race

The Amazing Canadian Space Race

On September 30th, Canadian Space Agency astronauts Jeremy Hansen and David Saint-Jacques will go head to head in a thrilling space race that will bring them to space organizations around Toronto. The CSA will accommodate a maximum of 10 tweeters. For more information...



Science Splashdown - Canadian Space Agency Astronaut Jeremy Hansen joins the NEEMO 19 crew as Exploration Lead.



AuroraMAX features live broadcast of the Northern Lights from Yellowknife, Northwest Territories.

25th anniversary of the Canadian Space Agency

25th anniversary of the Canadian Space Agency

March 1: 25th anniversary of the Canadian Space Agency. Our accomplishments have fuelled a flourishing space industry and inspired our nation.

Canada's Space Policy Framework

Canada's Space Policy Framework

Learn more on this comprehensive approach to Canada's future in space.

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Online Store Aeronautica

The Canada Aviation and Space Museum becomes the authorized supplier of Canadian Space Agency products. Visit the AERONAUTICA boutique to see what is available.

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Canada has the largest national parks system in the world - 42 national parks. Visit: "Space in my Daily Life"

Canadian technology takes aim at an asteroid

Photo of July 17, 2014

On July 17, 2014, Treasury Board President Tony Clement announced the Canadian Space Agency's (CSA) contribution to the OSIRIS-REx mission. The mission will use Canadian laser optic technology, like the device that took the 3D image shown on screen, to scan an asteroid, and choose the best area of its surface to collect sample that will be returned to Earth for study.

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NEEMO 19 Mission Journal

Mission Journal – NEEMO 19

2014-09-11 Jeremy Hansen's Journal - I have been living 20 metres below the sea surface for three days now and the most accurate description I can provide is: WOW! Our schedule keeps us busy, but there are still times when you step back and realize where you are and what you're doing. Last night as I fell asleep was one of those moments for me. Continue reading about the Mission Journal

International Charter Space & Major Disasters

The 9th issue of the International Charter 'Space and Major Disasters' Newsletter is now available. Visit the International Charter's Website to read more.

Canada Invests in Training the Next-Generation of Space Innovators

Funding has been awarded to train and develop Canadian graduate students through ten space science and technology projects led by six Canadian universities.

CSA's fleet of rovers

The Canadian Space Agency's Fleet of Rovers

In order to prepare Canada for the next steps in the international exploration of space, the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) has worked in collaboration with over 40 Canadian companies and universities to build a team of terrestrial rovers.

Train Disaster

Lac-Mégantic Train Disaster

Natural Disasters

Floods in Alberta

This animation produced from RADARSAT-2 data captured in June 2013, shows the maximum (in red) and minimum extent of the flooding in the High River region in Alberta.

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Polar Communication and Weather mission (PCW)

Living in Space Exhibition – A glimpse into the exhibit's space food section

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