Showing results for: Space

A look back at some of the biggest science, technology and engineering news stories from the past week.

Learn More

Ever wonder why you have two nostrils, what space smells like, or why you even smell things at all? Michel from Vsauce tackles these questions and more!

Learn More

First off, can you rotate yourself into a new position without gravity? Secondly, when will I be able to see the International Space Station above my house? Youtuber Destin, from Smarter Every Day, helps answer these questions.

Learn More

Late last week, Let’s Talk Science asked Astronaut Hadfield what the current project results mean for him and other astronauts.

Learn More

Watch this CBC News interview with a teacher & student involved in the RADI-N2 & You Project!

Learn More

On March 11th, Let’s Talk Science hosted a live video chat with Canadian Space Agency astronaut Chris Hadfield at Bert Church High School.

Learn More

Don't panic! An asteroid half the size of a football field is going to pass within 27,000 km of Earth on Friday, February 15, 2013. This video shows us the asteroid and where it's going to be when it comes close to Earth.

Learn More

On February 15, 2013, the asteroid 2012 DA14 will pass by earth at a distance closer than some satellites at orbit. This video talks about the asteroid flyby and what scientists hope to learn about asteroids as it passes by.

Learn More

Flash is ready to gather data for the RADI-N2 & You Action Project with Chris Hadfield! ... or is he? (note: bubble detector + microwave = really bad idea)

Learn More

Lorne catches us up on Curiosity & delves back into the history of the Voyager missions in our latest Lorne's Lens!

Learn More