Along with over 200 cities around the world, Ottawa teams worked all weekend to solve NASA- and CSA-designed challenges that leverage spacecraft, celestial & science data.
Was Canadian whisky smuggled to Al Capone from our beach in l’Anse-au-Griffon? Local legend might be historical fact.
The Canadian Space Society’s Annual Summit 2017 focused on Canada’s future in space and spotlights up-and-coming leaders of our space sector.
In the stygian darkness of her stone tomb, Maebh slumbers in state. On her head is a crown, in her hands a sword, and at her feet, her war chariot. In Ireland, a country awash with history and legend, there is always more to discover.
One of Isla Mujeres island’s many charms is that many of its buildings are covered by beautiful murals, and each street corner reveals new artistic vistas.
“Where Are They?” A new calculation estimates how many alien civilizations are out there – here’s what the results mean for us.
Another year, another Canadian Space Society Annual Summit! It’s a whole new world in space.
The inventive and talented street artists of Isla Mujeres have been busy. Check out some more stunningly beautiful murals including new 3d effects and other tricks!
Day 2 recap of the Canadian Space Society’s Annual Summit 2017.
Day 1 recap of the Canadian Space Society’s Annual Summit 2017.
Space Apps Ottawa 2017, Ottawa’s inaugural NASA International Space Apps Challenge hackathon weekend, has finished with impressive results. What happened, and what’s next?