Canadian vehicles could explore moon, Mars
Flying futons, Carly Rae Jepsen & where students want to work
Canadian innovations have played a major role in space exploration, almost from the very beginning
From Buzz Aldrin to the late Sally Ride, these brave explorers made their mark by leaving Earth.
Think they’ll both take engineering? Wrong.
Since China’s manned space program was approved in 1992, it has moved at breathtaking speed
Researchers seek to prove that travel to Mars is possible
Panspermia is meant to maintain Earth’s evolutionary path
Marc Garneau proposes a mission to Mars.
I’m talking about a robotic mission. Except for the launch part. We would need another nation’s involvement for the rocket part and we …
Canadians are healthier in most every sense than a long list of wealthy, developed nations
By many global measures we are a blessed bastion of privilege, peace, freedom—and big roomy houses
Astronauts hail from Russia, Japan and the U.S.
A group of skywatchers set their sights on secret space missions—including a U.S. Air Force project
First “Goldilocks” planet can sustain life
Human explorers will set foot on the red planet one day. And it might be sooner than most of us realize.
Already the UN is think-tanking a proposal to facilitate naming a Special Envoy