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Project Status of the Mission - Canadian Space Agency

Jun 6, 2017 ... Skip to main content Skip to primary navigation Government of Canada navigation bar Services Departments Français Canadian Space Agency Search

Evaluation of the Earth Observation Business Line of the Canadian Space Agency

Oct 27, 2017 ...Evaluation of the Earth Observation Business Line of the Canadian Space Agency Links Evaluation of the Earth Observation Business Line of the Canadian Space Agency (PDF, 1.3 MB) Evaluation Summary of the Earth Observation Business Line Management Action Plan For the period from April 2011 to March 2016 Project #15/16 – 02-02 Prepared by the Audit

Space Weather over Canada - Canadian Space Agency

Jul 26, 2017 ... technology at the time was the telegraph, and it behaved erratically, even when powered off, while the aurora was seen as far south as the Caribbean. The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) is working with Natural Resources Canada to improve forecasting of space weather. Natural Resources Canada operates the Canadian Space Weather Forecast Centre.  It is a Regional Warning

Solar-terrestrial science - Canadian Space Agency

Aug 7, 2017 ... (in the Arctic), Canadian scientists have a privileged perspective on the auroras and space weather, using information collected by instruments on the ground and aboard satellites. Discover 9 research projects using satellite data to study space weather The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) is supporting nine Canadian research teams that are studying space weather so that we

What is an asteroid? - Canadian Space Agency

Aug 29, 2016 ... that survives entry and impact with the ground. Text description of image Comet, meteor or meteorite? Illustration providing an overview of the characteristics of comets, asteroids, meteoroids, meteors, fireballs and meteorites. (Credit: Canadian Space Agency) When asteroids strike On February 15, 2013, while the world watched and waited for Asteroid 2012DA14

CloudSat - Looking at clouds in 3D - Canadian Space Agency

Dec 5, 2017 ... was developed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) in partnership with the Canadian Space Agency (CSA). Why clouds? Clouds influence the amount of solar energy retained in the atmosphere and the amount reflected back into space. Even small changes in cloud cover can alter climate in a major way. Some scientists think clouds may affect our climate

Science - Canadian Space Agency

Oct 11, 2017 ...Science Share: Tweet What's New? Canadian CubeSat Project Teams of teachers and students can take part in a real space mission! Continue reading about : Canadian CubeSat Project At Home in Space: Making the International Space Station feel like home How do astronauts—and other people who work in extreme or isolated environments—cope with being far from home

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