The mandate of the Canadian Space Agency is to promote the peaceful use and development of space, to advance the knowledge of space through science and to ensure that space science and technology provide social and economic benefits for Canadians.
Junior Astronauts: An initiative for Canadian youth and educators
Canada partners in the next chapter in humanity's exploration of space
Canada's new generation of Earth observation satellites
Canada's contributions to space astronomy, Canadian telescopes and astronomy basics.
The orbiting laboratory, the crew, robotics, the experiments and how they benefit Canadians.
Educational content and games to help inspire young people to study science, technology, engineering and math.
Photos, videos, social media, educational resources, webcasts and podcasts about space.
The effects of microgravity and radiation on living things and the human body.
Using Canadian technology in planetary space missions, including simulations.
Space technology development and the grants, contributions and contracts available to Canada's space sector.
Public events organized or supported by the Canadian Space Agency.
Canadian satellites tasked with Earth observation, communications, scientific research and exploration.
The Canadarm, the launch of Alouette I, excellence awards and Canadian space milestones.
All related publications
Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development
Canadian Space Agency President
Look at images produced by RADARSAT-2 of natural disasters at different points in time.
Watch the videos to learn more about space.
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