InSight arrived at Mars last November and recorded its first seismic rumbling in April.
Both the U.S. and Europe have fostered an entrepreneurial atmosphere to incubate competitive ideas for the next stage of space exploration. What is Canada doing?
Opportunity outlived its twin by eight years and set endurance and distance records that could stand for decades.
A European-Russian robot, a Chinese craft, and an orbiter from the United Arab Emirates are due to explore the red planet.
The InSight spacecraft is safely on the red planet’s surface. It will monitor Mars’ internal temperature and measure quakes.
Research suggests a 12-mile-wide reservoir lies below ice about a mile thick in an area close to the planet’s south pole.
MaRS Discovery District found 53% of respondents saw more international applicants in 2017 over 2016.
Appeal court upholds lower court’s hefty costs award against owner his Toronto companies for “brazenly” breaching earlier settlements.
More than 200 scientists from 25 nations to field-test technology for a manned mission to the Red Planet.
The rocket manufacturer has already has begun work on the Mars Colonial fleet, test-firing a new rocket engine named Raptor.
Experts will discuss different types of propulsion for future travel to the Red Planet in Toronto this week.
The unmanned space probe is aimed at diversifying the country’s economy and building local talent in technology and aerospace.
CircuitMeter Inc. allows building managers and energy services to monitor energy flows in real-time.
Teledyne DALSA has sent its sensors on another trip to Mars, embedded in special cameras used on a roving laboratory that will explore the planet’s surface.
Bombardier Recreational Products Inc. (BRP) is taking its recreational motorized vehicle know-how to the Moon and Mars.