2009 was a busy year for the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) as it recruited 2 new Astronauts among 5351 candidates, created with its partners a Northern Lights online observatory--AuroraMAX, supported cosmic origins missions with the European Space Agency by contributing instruments to the Herschel Space Observatory and Planck space telescope, celebrated 25 years of human presence in space as Canadian astronauts have taken part in numerous scientific experiments and given a helping hand in assembling the ISS, launched two space missions with Canadian astronauts Julie Payette (STS-127) and Bob Thirsk (Expedition 20/21), to the International Space Station, and participated to national and International conferences.
Do you seek a unique and challenging learning experience? Are you ready to present your space science-related research to members of the space community? If your answer is yes to either of these two questions, the 38th COSPAR (Committee on Space Research) Scientific Assembly in Bremen, Germany is the place to be!
Do you seek a unique and challenging learning experience? Are you ready to present your space-related research to members of the space community? If your answer is yes to either of these two questions, the 61st International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Congress in Prague, Czech Republic is the place to be!
The Conquest of Space in Images
From November 7, 2009 to February 7, 2010
Musée du Fjord, La Baie, Quebec
Sports in Space
February 10-March 21, 2010
ASTRO 2010 Conference
May 4 - 6, Westin Bristol Place, Toronto Airport
Canada's Future in Space - A Mission in Collaboration
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