International Space Station


International Space Station

Astronaut Scott Kelly has posted images of the first ever flower grown in space. (1:05 min.)


"Outregeous" is a space-faring lettuce that was delivered to the International Space Station by the SpaceX Dragon capsule on April 20, 2014.

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Chris Hadfield talks about how living in space changed his perception of humans, the Earth, how we impact the Earth, and our place in the Solar System.

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Late last week, Let’s Talk Science asked Astronaut Hadfield what the current project results mean for him and other astronauts.

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You thought triathlons on earth were difficult? See NASA Astronaut Suni Williams train to do one - in space!

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On Monday, August 10, 2015, astronauts onboard the International Space Station became the first humans to ever eat space-grown food.

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Learn the various ways that we explore Space around us through this Sky Science backgrounders

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This timeline marks significant events in the history of Canadian aerospace and its impact on Canadian society.

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Carbon dioxide is an important part of the air we breathe both on Earth and in space. This backgrounder explains what carbon dioxide is, how it is measured and how it affects us both mentally and physically.

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Join astronauts on-board the International Space Station to learn more about centripetal force and why planets or moons and artificial satellites like the space station stay in orbit. Use math to find out if the artificial gravity in science fiction movies can be a reality. (7:51 min.)

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