Astronaut Chris Hadfield on Settling Space: ‘It Won’t Go as Planned’
The former ISS Commander weighs in on what skills we’ll need as we expand into space.
NASA’s Latest Mission Will Attempt To Visit an Asteroid—And Bring a Piece Home
OSIRIS-REx will help us defend ourselves against future asteroid attacks.
How Satellites Will Enable Canada to Surveil the Arctic With Drones
A proposed satellite network will keep an eye on the Arctic.
This Canadian Helped Humanity Fly To Pluto
Frédéric Pelletier navigated the spacecraft from Quebec City.
What Is a ‘Stealth Black Hole,’ and Should We Worry One Will Gobble Us Up?
An explainer on the "stealth black hole" scientists announced this week.
How the UN’s Top Outer Space Boss Will Fight Space Debris
Asteroids, space weather, flying junk: David Kendall has his work cut out for him.
‘Pay-Per-View’ Mode Keeps Canadian Space Telescope Flying After 13 Years
MOST is 13 years old today.
Canada Is Looking For Some New (Female) Astronauts
They’re accepting applications until Aug. 15.
Canada’s Rapidly ‘Greening’ North is Bad News For Everyone
A new study shows the Arctic is turning green.
Tiny Satellites Are Telling Us About How Super Bright Stars Are Formed
Canada's BRITE mission is studying the brightest stars in the sky.
Photos: Trekkies Gather for the First Stop on a North American ‘Star Trek’ Tour
The tour made a highly illogical first stop in Ottawa.