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    Canadian Space AgencyTomorrow, ESA - European Space Agency astronaut Tim Peake will run the 2016 London Marathon on the International Space Station using the on-board treadmill. At the same time, on Earth, Team Astronaut (a group from ESA and the UK Space Agency) will also be running the London Marathon. One of them will try to establish a new world record for “fastest marathon by a man wearing a replica spacesuit”! Good luck to Tim Peake and Team Astronaut! Photo: ESA

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    AuroraMAXAmy Barrett took these photos of the Northern Lights in Golden, BC, on the night of April 13th. Thanks for sharing!
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    Canadian Space AgencyFantala: the most powerful cyclone ever recorded in the Indian Ocean Cyclone Fantala passed over Farquhar Atoll in the Seychelles on April 17, causing severe damage. It is the most powerful cyclone ever recorded in the Indian Ocean, hovering between categories 4 and 5 from April 15 to 18. As part of its participation in the International Charter “Space and Major Disasters,” the Canadian Space Agency is providing RADARSAT-2 satellite imagery to mitigate the effects of this natural disaster. More info: http://ow.ly/4mU6Qm. Photo: Jeff Schmaltz, LANCE/EOSDIS Rapid Response
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    Canadian Space AgencyThe Canadian Space Agency is part of the Science Odyssey! Take a look at the activities that will take place across Canada from May 6 to 15, and “like” the Science Odyssey Facebook page in order to receive updates! More info: http://ow.ly/4mRKB6.

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    Canadian Space AgencyESA astronaut Tim Peake captured this rare picture of Antarctica from the International Space Station (ISS) on March 29. The inclined orbit of the ISS usually limits the view of Earth to the area between latitudes 52° N and 52° S, but when weather and viewing conditions are ideal, an elusive snapshot like this one becomes possible. Credit: ESA/NASA

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    Canadian Space AgencyCosmic catch complete! Astronauts Tim Peake and Jeff Williams used Canadarm2 to catch Dragon at 7:23 a.m. EDT (4:23 a.m. PDT). Bravo to the crew and the ground teams supporting them at NASA's Johnson Space Center and at the CSA headquarters in Saint-Hubert, Quebec! Photo: NASA

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    Canadian Space AgencyCanadarm2 will catch the SpaceX Dragon cargo spacecraft tomorrow morning to dock it to the ISS! Watch the cosmic catch live on NASA TV (nasa.gov/nasatv) starting at 5:30 a.m. EDT (2:30 a.m. PDT).
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    Canadian Space AgencyFlooding in Argentina – The CSA delivers satellite imagery A week of heavy rain has caused flooding in four provinces of Argentina, affecting thousands of people. It is believed that the weather is the result of the El Niño effect, and months’ worth of rain fell in a matter of days. As part of its participation in the International Charter “Space and Major Disasters,” the Canadian Space Agency has provided RADARSAT-2 satellite imagery to mitigate the effects of this natural disaster. More info: https://www.disasterscharter.org/web/guest/activations/-/article/flood-in-argenti-4. Photo: Municipalidad de La Paz

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    Canadian Space AgencyVoyage to Mars with CSA astronaut Jeremy Hansen! Today, students from the Ontario Science Centre School simulated a mission to Mars with CSA astronaut Jeremy Hansen. This immersive science experience promotes STEM learning (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) and highlights the value of teamwork and critical thinking. What a great way to explore the challenges of working in space! For more information: http://ow.ly/10mbD5
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    Canadian Space AgencySpace Mining Technology for Space Exploration Thanks to the CSA’s Space Technology Development Program, Deltion Innovations Ltd. will advance the design of a specialized drilling system and tool holster that could be integrated into a rover-mounted robotic arm. This innovation would allow various samples to be extracted from Lunar or Martian surfaces and would be able to attach and remove screws and bolts on robotic instruments as well as perform maintenance and repair tasks. For more info: http://www.deltion.ca/ Photo: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS

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    Canadian Space AgencyA record low sea ice maximum This motion graphic shows the Arctic sea ice freeze cycle from the last summertime minimum extent to March 24, when it reached its wintertime maximum extent at 14.52 million square kilometres—the lowest winter maximum ever recorded. There is a significant downward trend related to the warming atmosphere and oceans. Since 1979, 1,605,792 square kilometres of winter sea ice cover have disappeared, an area equivalent to Alberta and British Columbia combined! For more information: http://ow.ly/10c4uD. Credits: NASA Goddard's Scientific Visualization Studio/C. Starr

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