Canada’s corps of spaceflyers diversified today as actor William Shatner — the Star Trek star turned comedian — took a suborbital space flight this morning.
Watch out, Starlink. Canucks are investing in their own satellite constellation — Lightspeed, by the Ottawa-based company Telesat.
A robot swarm could be a small step for a few machines — and a giant leap for artificial intelligence on the Moon.
ExoLab-9 is set to launch plants into space, allowing Canadian students to study how greens grow on the International Space Station
The Canadian Space Agency is set to release details for a “Deep Space Healthcare Challenge” in an effort to develop space technologies that will benefit not only astronauts, but remote communities on Earth.
A Canadian telescope has found 535 “fast radio bursts,” which could be a crucial next step in learning more about the Universe’s history.
A fleet of spacecraft is set to visit Venus in the 2020s and early 2030s, setting a pace of exploration we haven’t seen at the planet since the 1970s and 1980s.
Astronaut Karen Nyberg is co-launching a new clothing line, focused on making science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) attractive to children.
Sky News This Week: A Nova Scotia spaceport has secured funding and selected construction teams, aiming to send its first mission into space by 2022.