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View the March 15th downlink where the prime minister helped students across Canada get their questions answered by Chris Hadfield!

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On March 11th, Let’s Talk Science hosted a live video chat with Canadian Space Agency astronaut Chris Hadfield at Bert Church High School.

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The first satellite to orbit Earth was launched 4.5 billion years ago!

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February 6th, 2018 is the launch date for Falcon Heavy, the most powerful U.S. rocket since the early 1970s!

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What are gravitational waves? Gravity seems like a familiar enough concept, but what exactly is waving?

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November 2, 2015 marks the 15th anniversary of the first crew living on the International Space Station. For the last fifteen years, there has always been at least two people living in space!

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The use of kilometers is no longer a sensible unit for measuring distances in space due to its vastness. To overcome this, astronomers came up with the light-year.

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Humidity is an important part of life on Earth and life in space. This backgrounder explains what humidity is, how it is measured and how it affects us both mentally and physically.

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It is definitely possible. In fact, humans are already living in space aboard the International Space Station (ISS)!

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This article is for all of you out there asking yourself where do meteoroids (pieces of space debris that become meteors when they burn up in the Earth’s atmosphere) come from.

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