A head-vaporizing laser with a perfect wavelength detecting sub-proton space-time ripples. Continue reading
The Canadarm 2 will achieve a career milestone as it reaches out from its perch on the International Space Station and snags an unmanned vehicle Continue reading
To make a crewed Mars mission possible, there are incredibly complex problems that need to be solved. Here are some of the things at the top of NASA’s to-do list, and how engineers and psychologists are figuring them out. Continue reading
There’s a growing volume of debris in orbit around the earth, commonly called space junk, that ranges from old spacecraft down to tiny flecks of paint. Canada plays a role in scanning the sky for this junk, which can cause serious damage in the event of an impact. Continue reading
Removing the need for inflatable cuffs would allow people to monitor their blood pressure anywhere. Continue reading
Falcon Heavy, SpaceX’s powerful rocket, successfully launches on its maiden voyage. Continue reading
Idea Submitted by Doug Fraser.
I try to build a camera in the most absurd way I could think of: by starting with a penny. Continue reading