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Meet Nicole Mortillaro

Nicole Mortillaro is an amateur astronomer, the editor of the Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada as well as a senior science reporter at CBC News. She is

Meet Margaret Ikape

Margaret Ikape is a PhD candidate in the department of Astronomy and Astrophysics, University of Toronto. She was born in Nigeria, where she had her undergraduate degree in Physics and

Celebrating Black Space Professionals

As we explore and learn about the impact of space professionals past and present, we highlight the tremendous contributions made by Black scientists and engineers who have actively participated in

Pi in Space

Researched and written by Elizabeth O’Dea, (Indus Space Staff, Math major). Happy Pi Day!! Did you know March 14th is annually celebrated as Pi (Π) day? What is π? It is

Careers in Space

From A to Z, you can discover new and exciting STEM and Space related careers. Read up about careers that may interest you and learn what careers might be right

Meet Julie Claveau

Credit: LinkedIn Meet Julie Claveau, a program scientist from the Canadian Space Agency. Read below to find out  more about her career, her passion for space and her involvement in

A Look into the James Webb Space Telescope

Credit – NASA   The month is finally upon us – the long-awaited launch of the James Webb Space Telescope is currently scheduled for December 22. Scientists from NASA, ESA

Meet Dr. Nathalie Ouellette

Credit: UMontréal  Meet Dr. Nathalie Ouellette! Dr. Ouellette comes to us from the University of Montreal. Keep reading to find out about her role in the JWST Mission and how

Meet Eric Choi

Eric Choi is director of business development for Canada/U.S. government at GHGSat. Over the course of his career, he has held positions of increasing technical and managerial responsibility in both

Meet Dr. Patrick Hill

Dr. Patrick Hill is Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the @ualberta. His current research explores advanced curation of astromaterials so that we can study planetary materials for years to come without

Meet Catheryn Ryan

Catheryn is a PhD student in Geology and Planetary Science at  University of Western Ontario, studying microbial habitability of Mars-analogue volcanic environments. They hold a BSc in Geology from @smuhalifax

Meet Dr. Laurie Rousseau-Nepton

Dr. Laurie Rousseau-Nepton is a Canadian astronomer at the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope in Waimea on the island of Hawaii. She helps researchers around the world to work with the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope