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Satellite Centre at Canadian Elementary School welcomes visit from Member of Parliament and Canadian Astronaut

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TORONTO, ON / 07 APRIL 2016 - St. John Paul II School in Caledon, Ontario hosted a visit on Thursday 7th April 2016 by Ruby Sahota, Member of Parliament for Brampton North, and Canadian Astronaut Lieutenant-Colonel Jeremy Hansen for an inspection tour of their Satellite Remote Mission Operations Centre (RMOC) in Caledon, Ontario. Mrs. Sahota and Astronaut Hansen were given an inspection tour of their RMOC by the students themselves, and Astronaut Hansen addressed 700...
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Canadian School Join World’s First Elementary-School Space Mission

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TORONTO, ON / 26 FEBRUARY 2015 – Canadensys Aerospace is partnering with St. John Paul II Catholic School in Bolton, ON to provide a Canadian mission control centre for the world’s first ever elementary-school built satellite. The spacecraft, named STMSat-1, was built by St. Thomas More Cathedral School in Arlington, Virginia. The tiny satellite will fly in an orbit 400km above the Earth, similar to that flown by Chris Hadfield aboard the International Space Station…

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Canadensys and CSA sign agreement for deep space nano-mission technologies

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TORONTO, ON / 01 FEBRUARY 2015 – Canadensys Aerospace Corporation has been awarded a Contribution Agreement by the Canadian Space Agency for research and development of advanced energy storage and thermal management technologies that will increase the viability of small missions and systems in deep space and planetary exploration environments. Energy storage and thermal control are significant issues for small missions to deep space and planetary surfaces, and the Moon in particular presents especially demanding environmental...
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Canadensys Aerospace awarded contract to support new CSA small rover prototype development

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TORONTO, ON / 12 JANUARY 2015 – Canadensys Aerospace has been contracted by Ontario Drive & Gear to support the development of a small-class planetary rover prototype platform for the Canadian Space Agency (CSA). The Small Planetary Rover Platform prototype (SPRP) is a small rover platform being developed for the CSA to support a range of preparatory activities related to exploration of the surface of the Moon and Mars with a smaller class of vehicle. The...
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Canadensys Aerospace awarded contract to support latest CSA lunar prototype development

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TORONTO, ON / 6 JANUARY 2015 – Canadensys Aerospace has been contracted by New-Hamburg-based Ontario Drive & Gear for the environmental design and test to TRL6 of a lunar rover drivetrain prototype for the Canadian Space Agency. The Lunar Rover Drivetrain Platform Prototype (LRPDP) is the latest in a line of lunar rover prototypes developed for the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), with the emphasis this time on advancement of those design elements required for the locomotion...
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Commercial Lunar Science & Communications Takes the Next Step

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ILO-1 International Lunar Observatory mission to the Lunar South Pole HAWAI`I, USA / 1 JULY 2014 – The International Lunar Observatory Association (ILOA), based in Hawaii, is announcing its partnership with Toronto-based Canadensys Aerospace Corporation to develop the payload for its International Lunar Observatory mission (ILO-1) to the Moon’s South Pole later this decade. Comprising both a combined radio astronomy / communications payload and an optical telescope, ILO-1 will conduct Galaxy First Light Imaging, and…

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Canadensys Awarded Canadian Space Agency Contract for Instrument Contribution to NASA’s Mars 2020 Mission

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TORONTO, ON / 01 JUNE 2014 – Canadensys Aerospace Corporation has been awarded a contract by the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) to advance the preliminary engineering and programmatic definition of a next generation meteorological sensor package as a potential Canadian contribution to a U.S. instrument suite for NASA’s Mars 2020 rover mission. ARES (Aeolian Research for Exploration and Science) is comprised of two elements – a wind sensor and a dust sensor – which together…

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