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Top Canadian Space Stories of 2022

The Moon appears smaller from Orion’s perspective on flight day 22 as the Artemis I spacecraft continues distancing itself from our lunar neighbor, over 125,000 miles away in this image.

Canadian space delivered a lot of high-profile missions this year, from low Earth orbit all the way to the Moon and even a Lagrange Point. Despite a decline in spending, the Canadian Space Agency financed Moon and Earth observation plans – and the Canadian military opened its own Space Force.

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Commercial Sector Taking the Lead in Western Space Technology

Panel discussion 'From LEO To Lunar – The New Commercial Destinations." space technology

OTTAWA - The age of the US government and other ‘western’ administrations leading the development of space technology is over, and the age of commercial players taking the lead has begun. This page is for subscribers only. Already a subscriber? Log in. Fact-driven space news, columns, business, policy, technology and more. Support independent journalism. SUBSCRIBE TODAY

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Earth Observation Satellite Market About to Boom

Space-based Earth Observation

OTTAWA - The Earth observation satellite services market is about to boom, but more needs to be done to help Canadian companies get a share of this prosperity. That was the takeaway from the Space Bound 2022 conference session, “Industry Perspectives On The Critical Role And Growing Market For Earth Observation.” The conference was hosted by Space Canada October17-19, 2022 at Ottawa’s Bayview Yards. This …

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