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Canadian Space Society

Space exploration articles authored by John Kavanagh for the Canadian Space Gazette, a publication of the Canadian Space Society.


  • Canada on the International Space Station -On 11 November 1998 Canada joined fifteen countries in space engineering's most challenging venture to date, the construction of the International Space Station.
  • Spacecraft Exploring Comets - Drifting through the Oort Cloud, in the distant reaches of our Solar System, exist icy relics we call comets. Occasionally, from the gravitational disturbance of a planet or nearby star, a comet will fall from this lonely dark region towards the Sun.
  • Interplanetary Missions of 1997- The year 1997 saw more space activities than any other within the last decade. Human spaceflight included eight shuttle launches with missions involving on-orbit science, prepa
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