Canada's NEOSSat satellite is shown in orbit on its asteroid-tracking mission.
A small Canadian satellite launching from India on Monday (Feb. 25) will be the first spacecraft specifically designed to search for large asteroids and monitor space junk in the solar system.
Join the discussion below, or Read more at www.space.com.
#1 Feb 24, 2013
Good job, Canada. Hope you share your data with the world.
Add your comments below
|"Science vs. Religion: What Scientists Really T... (Jan '12)||3 hr||Dogen||78,757|
|The last solar eclipse to impact metro Atlanta ...||3 hr||Pistol Pete||2|
|Support for climate change bill is haunting a C...||6 hr||Solarman||1|
|Connecticut residents looking forward to eclipse||6 hr||BPT||1|
|How do Flat Earth truthers explain the eclipse?...||11 hr||Parden Pard||6|
|Former NASA director to speak at Murray Aug. 17||20 hr||Suedarnellellis||1|
|DVDFab Back to School Promotion – Save Up to 35%||23 hr||dvdlover||1|
Find what you want!
Search Science / Technology Forum Now
Copyright © 2017 Topix LLC