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A view of the CHIME telescope array at night. | SkyNews
Canadian CHIME telescope earns team major award

The Brockhouse Canada Prize is one of the top science honours in the country.

AOS for weather and air quality forecasting and climate modelling. (Credit: NASA) | SkyNews
Canada will watch climate change like a HAWC

Set to launch in 2031, Canada’s mission joins an international effort to fight global warming from space.

September 2009 artist conception of the James Webb Space Telescope. Credit: NASA |SkyNews
An astronomy professor’s passion for numismatics

Harvey Richer transformed his numismatics work into a new book called “100 Greatest Canadian Coins and Tokens”.

Family of five multi-purpose U-shaped rovers
Lunar rover contest a giant leap for science, STEM

Girls, along with non-binary and non-gender individuals, can take part in an epic contest.

Stratospheric balloons allow experiments to soar high in the atmosphere. | SkyNews
Students are floating science to the stratosphere via balloons

Stratospheric balloon research will take flight in Timmins in August; local facility expansion will support weatherproof payload integration

Dalhousie University's LORIS spacecraft is slated to head into space later this summer or fall. | SkyNews
Dalhousie University students extend their studies to space

The first Atlantic Canadian satellite is going to orbit soon to get a to get a high-definition view of Nova Scotia’s shorelines and ocean life

The Canadian Space Agency's contribution to the Webb mission, the FGS/NIRISS arrived at NASA Goddard on July 30, 2012. | SkyNews
Canada helped discover water on a distant planet using JWST

The James Webb Space Telescope is already on the hunt for new worlds using a Canadian deep-space instrument

Anthropology professor Kenneth Tankersley is examining two items in his office in the University of Cincinnati’s College of Arts and Sciences. | SkyNews
Ancient comet left a lasting effect in Ohio Hopewell stories

New research shows the impact left behind by an airburst 1,500 years ago

Stratospheric balloons allow experiments to soar high in the atmosphere. | SkyNews
Students to send high-flying experiments aloft this summer

A stratospheric balloon experiment challenge simulates the conditions of space

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