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?
“NASA’s International Space Apps Hackathon Touches Down in Ottawa”: #SpaceAppsOttawa upcoming hackathon event is featured in the Ottawa Business Journal.
Elon Musk’s SpaceX company achieved another historic milestone, re-using its liquid-fueled orbital booster rocket from a previous landing attempt and advancing New Space technology once again.
“Where Are They?” A new calculation estimates how many alien civilizations are out there – here’s what the results mean for us.
Velocity enthusiasts rocket themselves down an ice rollercoaster during the Red Bull Ice Cross Downhill World Championship in Ottawa.
As we watch our fragile sea-barriers swamped by ceaseless and increasingly powerful waves, we must learn the limits of our power over nature.
Ottawa, prepare yourselves for liftoff! NASA International #SpaceApps Challenge hits town.
An early morning hike up a cliff is a (steep) price to pay to photograph the night sky.
My first steps into a new hobby, taking pictures of the night sky.
In which a traveler from the not-so-distant future tells us a sports result.