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Bigelow’s Expandable Activity Module Operations Extended and Could be Used at a Future Deep Space Gateway

Future space explorers are now one step closer to surviving in the harsh vacuum of outer space. The Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (BEAM), a privately-built prototype expandable module built by American-based Bigelow Aerospace and currently attached to the International Space Station (ISS), has been renewed by NASA to at least 2020.

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Over Seven Years the Canadian Satellite Design Challenge has Engaged Hundreds of Students

Students from Simon Fraser University at TRIUMF in Vancouver for the radiation testing workshop

If I told you that over the course of the last seven years upwards of a thousand Canadian students had participated in developing CubeSat missions you might think this was a the result of a Canadian Space Agency (CSA) initiative. You would be wrong though. There was a time the CSA was interested in this, early this decade and before, but poor leadership in government, and to …

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