Canadarm3 to operate on Lunar Gateway
François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, announced Canada’s intent…
OneWeb launches 2021 Innovation Challenge for space solutions
OneWeb announced the launch of its first Innovation Challenge, an invitation…
Lunar mission is latest milestone in China’s space ambitions
Future includes a permanent space station and putting people back on the moon more than 50 years after the US.
China launches ambitious attempt to land rover on Mars
Mission is to look for underground water, if it’s present, and evidence of possible ancient life.
NASA chief says security needed to explore space safely
U.S. and Japanese governments are expanding their security alliance into space amid China’s growing activity.
Can a new space race connect the world to the internet?
More than a dozen companies have asked U.S. regulators for permission to operate constellations of satellites that provide internet service.
Astronaut David Saint Jacques returns to Earth, sets Canadian space record
Native of Saint-Lambert, Que., was in space for 204 days.
Canada’s approach to lunar exploration needs to be strategic or we’ll be left behind
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?
Tires in space: Goodyear to conduct silica testing in orbit
Tire maker is harnessing microgravity conditions on the International Space Station.
Planet Earth working on 3 Mars landers to follow InSight
A European-Russian robot, a Chinese craft, and an orbiter from the United Arab Emirates are due to explore the red planet.
NASA wants Canadian boots on the moon but feds still pondering space options
On a two-day trip to Ottawa, the NASA chief made an impassioned pitch for Canada to continue its decades-long space partnership with the U.S.
NASA boss fuels speculation about new Canadian space station role
Space agency wants Canada’s partnership in its new “Lunar Gateway” next-generation outpost.
Water is buried beneath Martian landscape: study
Research suggests a 12-mile-wide reservoir lies below ice about a mile thick in an area close to the planet’s south pole.