C.S.A.

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.
Nick Rose
5.11.18
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.
Lisa Cumming
4.24.17
50 states of art

Essay: An Artist ‘From Away’ Fosters Her Own Tribe in Maine

Alana Dao, Executive Director of CSArt Maine, gives us a window into her views on culture.
Alana Dao
3.29.17
50 states of art

Essay: An Artist ‘From Away’ Fosters Her Own Tribe in Maine | #50StatesofArt

Alana Dao, Executive Director of CSArt Maine, gives us a window into her views on culture.
Alana Dao
3.29.17
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?
Andrew Rader
2.21.17
farming

This Food Subscription Service Lets You Manage Your Own Tiny Piece of Farmland

Customers pay around $80 US per month to "own" ten square meters of land, decide which seeds they want planted, and reap everything that grows.
Rafael Tonon
1.12.17
nasa

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."
Kate Lunau
10.18.16
Film

Five Mockumentaries You Need to Watch After ‘Operation Avalanche'

In honor of the just-released mockumentary, five more genre classics that are definitely worth your time.
Sarah Bellman
9.23.16
Canada

This Canadian Helped Humanity Fly To Pluto

Frédéric Pelletier navigated the spacecraft from Quebec City.
Elizabeth Howell
7.1.16
Canada

‘Pay-Per-View’ Mode Keeps Canadian Space Telescope Flying After 13 Years

MOST is 13 years old today.
Elizabeth Howell
6.30.16
nasa

Canada Is Looking For Some New (Female) Astronauts

They’re accepting applications until Aug. 15.
Elizabeth Howell
6.17.16
News

The ISS Is Getting a New Camera to Check Itself for Space Debris Damage

The $1.7-million vision system will launch in 2020, and is 'roughly the size of a microwave oven.'
Matthew Braga
1.7.16
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