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Retired astronaut Chris Hadfield explains how he made his famous "Space Oddity" music video from the International Space Station.

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Every April 12th, people around the world celebrate two huge achievements in space exploration. What are they, and where have they lead human space exploration to?

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Did you know that every time you close a door, you’re demonstrating a law of physics? Read on for examples of this law at work.

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Famous scientist Stephen Hawking passed away on March 14, 2018. Learn about some of his work.

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Litter isn’t just a problem on Earth. Learn about litter in space, and why it’s so dangerous.

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February 6th, 2018 is the launch date for Falcon Heavy, the most powerful U.S. rocket since the early 1970s!

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I am responsible for developing, updating, and maintaining public programs linked to astronomy and space sciences, including the Planetarium programs, as well as to temporary exhibitions

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Sending astronauts to space, building an instrument to scan an asteroid, discovering and exploring new planets, developing new technologies that will find their way back to Earth and better the lives of Canadians: These are some of the themes of my daily meetings.

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The life cycle and death of stars form the ingredients that make up Earth, making stars critical to life as we know it.

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res-actionproject 

In this action project, students from across Canada will develop computational thinking skills as they investigate, with CSA astronaut David Saint-Jacques, how one's indoor environment affects people's health and well-being both on Earth and in space. Coming soon!

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