MP Ruby Sahota and Canadian Space Agency astronaut Jeremy Hansen meet the next generation of space innovators - A group of Bolton elementary-school students taking part in an international space mission met with Ruby Sahota, Member of Parliament for Brampton North, and astronaut Jeremy Hansen to debrief them on mission operations.
Member of Parliament for Brampton North (Ontario), Ruby Sahota, will visit students of St. John Paul II Catholic Elementary School for a unique presentation. She will be joined by Canadian Space Agency (CSA) astronaut Jeremy Hansen.
From April 6 to 8, Canadian Space Agency (CSA) astronaut Jeremy Hansen will be in Toronto, Ontario, to meet with students and members of the general public. He will speak about his journey, what it takes to become an astronaut, and life in space.
Today, Canadian Space Agency (CSA) Astronaut Jeremy Hansen will be in Regina, Saskatchewan, to meet with some 600 high schools students. He will speak about his journey, what it takes to become an astronaut, and life in space.
The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) is funding four new science experiments to be conducted on Earth in space-like conditions, starting in the winter 2015-2016. They were chosen for their relevance to health issues stemming from space travel, and for the benefits they offer for life on Earth.
Four new Canadian studies in the field of space health research have received funding from the Government of Canada to reduce health risks for astronauts on long-term missions. These experiments will simulate space conditions on Earth to investigate the physiological and psychosocial adaptation to space.
On February 24, Canadian Space Agency (CSA) astronaut David Saint-Jacques will connect with students from Edmonton, Alberta, for a Skype session live from Houston, Texas. During this activity, he will answer students' questions about living and working on the International Space Station and being an astronaut.
On February 24, Canadian Space Agency (CSA) astronaut David Saint-Jacques will connect with students from Mississauga, Ontario, for a Skype session live from Houston, Texas. During this activity, he will answer students' questions about living and working on the International Space Station, being an astronaut as well as robotics.
ASTRO-H, Japan's flagship space observatory, lifted off from the Tanegashima Space Center today at 3:45 a.m. EST (12:45 a.m. PST) on a mission to explore mysterious phenomena in the universe in unprecedented detail. It is equipped with a Canadian laser measurement system, the Canadian ASTRO-H Metrology System (CAMS), provided by the Canadian Space Agency (CSA).
On February 9 and 10, Canadian Space Agency (CSA) astronaut David Saint-Jacques will meet with Saskatoon elementary, high school and university students, as well as the public in various locations around the city. David will take the audience on the challenging yet inspirational journey that led him to becoming a Canadian astronaut. He will discuss his training and work, life on the International Space Station, Canadian robotics, and will share his insights on space exploration. Additionally, David will meet with several members of the space industry and academic partners for briefings on their projects and initiatives.
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