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Canadian Space Sector Coronavirus Coverage

The novel coronavirus Covid-19 is having wide ranging affects globally. SpaceQ covers the impact from the perspective of the space sector. This includes postponed or cancelled events, the economics including supply chain disruption, policies and anything else relevant to the sector. Reader input requested:Send relevant updates to contactsq@spaceq.ca.

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Former Space Station Commander Tim Kopra joins MDA

NASA astronaut Tim Kopra poses inside the cupola module onboard the International Space Station. Kopra, who was born in Austin, Texas, is the commander of Expedition 47 and previously served as a flight engineer during Expeditions 46 and 20

Tim Kopra, a former Army Colonel, helicopter pilot, NASA astronaut and International Space Station Commander, has joined MDA as the Vice President, Robotics and Space Operations. Kopra joins MDA from Blue Bear Capital where he was a partner and advisor. According to the MDA press release, Blue Bear Capital, a private equity firm, “invests in high-growth technology companies and start-ups across the energy, infrastructure and …

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Canada – A new place for space

Canada InvestmentSpace 2019 conference

Barely a month has passed since my first column on SpaceQ and already my best laid plans to use this column to push for a place for space in governmental budgets has come undone. 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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