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Maple Leaf Cookies
I Ate a Canadian Tasting Menu for Astronauts and It Was More Swanson Than ‘Jetsons’
The menu for astronaut David Saint-Jacques's mission into space included maple leaf cookies and a whole lot of fish.
Canada Will Study How Solar Storms Threaten Our Energy Grid
“Our technology is getting more advanced, so we’re more susceptible to space weather.”
Get Your Ass to Mars
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.
The Right Stuff
Two of Canada’s Astronaut Finalists Tell Us Where in Space They’d Like to Fly
Here are the 17 remaining candidates to be Canada's next astronauts.
The Right Stuff
What It’s Like to Be in the Running to Be an Astronaut
Can you sprint-swim through an aquatic obstacle course and then memorize a code underwater that you have to recall the next day?
High-Tech Underwear Will Monitor Astronauts’ Health in Space
Astroskin comes to the ISS.
Astronaut Jeremy Hansen Describes Living in a Cave to Prepare for Mars
"That was as close as you could get to exploring Mars on Earth."
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.
A NASA Scientist's Bizarre Theory for Why Astronauts Lose Their Vision in Space
To understand why male astronauts have experienced vision changes in space, we need to study women on Earth.
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.
‘Pay-Per-View’ Mode Keeps Canadian Space Telescope Flying After 13 Years
MOST is 13 years old today.