The Canadian Space Society (CSS) is a national non-profit organisation, a unique combination of professional and enthusiasts interested in pursuing the human exploration and development of the Solar System and Beyond.

With some of Canada's top aerospace experts and engineers on board, the CSS is made up of people of all backgrounds and interests, including teachers, environmentalists, writers, and marketers. Our principal objective is to sponsor and promote the involvement of Canadians in the development of Space.

In order to help carry out our principal objective, we pursue the following additional goals:

  • to provide meeting and working places to Society members for the purposes of discussion, presentation and development of Space and Space-related technologies;
  • to sponsor, promote and engage in activities designed to promote increased knowledge of Space and Space-related technologies among Society members and the general public;
  • to pursue the publication and distribution of Space-related materials and products.


  • Natural Space Risks - Summer School

    L’Observatoire de Paris tiendra une classe d’été sur les risques naturels provenant de l’espace, du 28 août au 1er septembre 2017. Les étudiants à la maîtrise ou en premières années au doctorat qui sont intéressés à participer sont encouragés à s’inscrire. Le logement et les repas sont inclus. Veuillez consulter le site web de la classe d’été pour plus d’information :
    [Le français précède]
    The Paris Observatory will host a summer school on Natural Space Risks this summer, from 28 August to 1 September 2017. Interested Masters and first year Ph.D. students are encouraged to apply. Lodging and meals will be provided by the organisation. Please visit the summer school’s website for further information:
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