Sebastien Clarke

November 16, 2013

Canadian Space Agency developing 10-year plan

OTTAWA – The new head of the Canadian Space Agency says he’s working with other government partners on a 10-year space plan — but he isn’t letting on […]
November 14, 2013

NASA Probe to Track Mars’s Missing Atmosphere

Lest we forget, getting to Mars is hard. Two thirds of the missions launched to the Red Planet never made it, and only the U.S., European Space Agency (ESA) […]
November 13, 2013

Chris Hadfield On Conan: Dirty Underwear Gets Ejected Into Space

From the man who taught us what happens when a wet towel is wrung out in spacecomes another enlightening lesson on life inside the International Space Station […]
November 13, 2013

SPACE – the FINAL FRONTIER: These are the images of the star probe Cassini

OK, we don’t have starships yet. But on some days a space enthusiast can smile anyway – on days like these, when NASA releases new and […]
November 12, 2013

GRAIL Mission Tells New Story About The Moon’s Face

Scientists have long believed that the moon’s trademark craters were created from the impact of massive asteroids, but new research appearing in the journal Science suggests that smaller […]
November 11, 2013

Mars spacecraft orbit-raising suffers a snag, but mission in 'good health'

CHENNAI: A halt in the flow of the liquid engine of India’s Mars orbiter mission on Monday slowed down the orbit-raising operation. The spacecraft, however, is in good health, Indian […]
November 11, 2013

Welcome Back Luca!

ESA astronaut Luca Parmitano, Russian commander Fyodor Yurchikhin and NASA astronaut Karen Nyberg returned to Earth today, landing in the Kazakhstan steppe. Their return flight, landing […]
November 10, 2013

NASA airs historic Olympic torch spacewalk

On its way to Sochi for the start of the Winter Olympics in February, the Olympic torch made one of its greatest journeys ever today — a spacewalk outside of […]
November 9, 2013

1-tonne GOCE satellite falls to Earth Sunday night

A one-tonne European satellite is expected to disintegrate in the atmosphere and fall to the Earth’s surface in pieces Sunday night. The European Space Agency’s Gravity […]