Join us for a drink to commemorate 52 years of human space exploration at The Barley Mill in Calgary Friday April 12 starting at 6:00pm. For more information click "Read More".
The government is pretty much in status quo mode after delivering today's budget, at least for the space sector. The message was simple, we're examining the recommendations of the Aerospace Review and we'll get back to you. Read more at SpaceRef Canada.
For the first time in the history of the International Space Station, a Canadian will take charge of the giant orbiting space lab.
The transfer of command to space veteran Chris Hadfield will be marked Wednesday by the simple ringing of a ceremonial bell.
The picture appears to have brightened for government funding in the Canadian space sector, but a new cloud is looming on the horizon for Com Dev International.
Budget sequestration in the U.S., which automatically limits the size of the federal government, has raised the level of uncertainty for American military space programs. Read more at The Record.
The CSS is pleased to announce the availability of new CSS Lapel Pins. The purpose of the pins is to both recognize contribution to and participation in the CSS. There are three 'flavours' of pins: Gold, Silver and Multi-Colour.
The Gold pins are for CSS Presidents (and Past Presidents) and members with 10+ years of CSS membership; Silver pins are for CSS Directors, Chapter Executives and members with 5+ years of CSS membership; Multi-Colour are free to all current CSS members and $10 for non-members. CSS members will be contacted directly to arrange to receive their pins. All Gold and Silver pin candidates must be members in good standing.
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