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Space brain hack

An artist's concept of the Lunar Gateway, a small space station in orbit around the Moon. Canadarm3, Canada's smart robotic system, can be seen next to the white module. (Credits: Canadian Space Agency, NASA)

About the initiative

Our youth are the scientists, explorers and problem solvers of tomorrow, and we want them to help shape Canada's space program!

Through this initiative, young people will be presented with open-ended problems and questions about the Lunar Gateway and key space exploration themes to get them thinking about solutions, innovations and inventions for the future. The goal is to show youth the role they could play in exciting space missions by studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and choosing STEM career paths.

Who can participate

Schools, youth organizations, science centres and museums across Canada will be able to participate (date to be determined). More details will be provided in .

How to participate

More details will be provided in .

For educators

Educators will be provided with support through webinars, tutorial videos, educator kits or other means. Curriculum alignment will also be provided. More details to come.

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