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(2017,
issue 4)
BY KEN POLE

Given the public response each time the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) calls for astronaut applications, it is clear that thousands of us feel we possess the necessary qualifications to get into space, however, only a few make it through the selection process.

(2017,
issue 4)
BY KEN POLE

The space industry’s role in the Canadian economy is significant, including earth observation, communications, robotics, and pure and applied research. 

Top Defence Capabilities 2017
MDA
(2017,
issue 0)

Discover the advanced thinking behind MDA solutions 
 
MDA is a global communications and information company providing operational solutions to commercial and government organizations worldwide. MDA is active in two principal markets:

(2016,
issue 5)

The newly refurbished RMCC Observatory creates the right environment for multi-disciplinary programs, research and Space activities.

(2016,
issue 5)
One Great Step for Canadian Space

In today's revolving door of priorities, is it possible for Canada to draft a clearly conceived, space policy for security and environmental surveillance that can be counted on to meet evolving needs?

(2016,
issue 5)
BY SERGEY IVANOV

Establishment of its Space Forces and expansion of its constellation of ­military satellites will significantly increase Russia’s military potential in outer and near space.

(2016,
issue 4)
BY HUDSON ON THE HILL

Obligations to shareholders and the ­markets are all very nice and, frankly, understandable. But what about ­obligations to taxpayers everywhere who ultimately foot the bills?

Defence Capability Leaders
(2016,
issue 0)

Airbus D&S is the second largest space business worldwide and a top-10 global defence enterprise.

Defence Capability Leaders
(2016,
issue 0)

Providing in-service / life cycle support to military and commercial platforms in the space, naval, land, and air force sectors.

Defence Capability Leaders
(2016,
issue 0)

This leading global security company provides innovative systems, products and solutions in autonomous systems, cyber, C4ISR, logistics and modernization to government and commercial customers worldwide.

(2015,
issue 3)
BY TOP DEFENCE CAPABILITIES 2015
Defence Capability Leaders

Telesat offers premier satellite services for broadcast, telecom and corporate entities in North America, South America, Asia and Europe.

(2014,
issue 2)

Cassidian Optronics, DRS, Eurofighter Typhoon, General Dynamics Canada, General Dynamics Land Systems, L-3 MAPPS, Millennium Space Systems, NovAtel, Raytheon Canada, Textron Simulation & Training, Rheinmetall Canada.

Colonel André Dupuis
(2014,
issue 1)
BY CHRIS MACLEAN

In this interview of DND's DG Space, Col André Dupuis asserts that Canada recognizes the multi-faceted need for space-based assets to fulfill a range of whole of government requirements.

(2014,
issue 1)

The government’s new Space Policy Framework, which will serve as a guide for the Canadian space program’s future priorities and activities.

BGen Rick Pitre
(2013,
issue 6)
BY CHRIS MACLEAN

What is happening at Director General Space these days? A lot, explains the head of DND's Director General Space. read more >>

(2013,
issue 6)

The ESA will fund a commercial internet gateway.

(2013,
issue 5)
BY RICHARD BRAY

New Canadian systems can add real life time connectivity to the high Arctic.

(2013,
issue 1)
BY CHRIS HADFIELD, BY JONATHAN KNAUL

Used by NASA, Aquarius (the only permanent sea floor habitat in the world, and amazing resource) is at risk of being shut down. Read the personal stories of two amazing Canadians.

(2011,
issue 3)
BY CHRIS MACLEAN

The Conservative government has its well-deserved majority.

(2011,
issue 1)
BY CHRIS MACLEAN

Defence requirements never seem to lessen

(2010,
issue 6)
BY ANDRÉ DUPUIS

Modern warfare is critically reliant on space, not as a force multiplier, but as a fundamental enabler of operations.

(2010,
issue 3)
BY ROBERT DAY

What is on the horizon for space, airforce, navy and army.

(2009,
issue 2)

A synopsis of latest trends in space, and a call for a formal document outlining Canadian space policy.

(2008,
issue 6)
BY JEAN BEAUDIN

Ground Moving Target Indicator.

(2008,
issue 6)

Why does the CF need JSSP?

(2008,
issue 6)

Satellite technology is useless without the support of ground systems.

(2008,
issue 6)

To defend Canada, we must have domain awareness of maritime and Arctic approaches. Using RADARSAT 2, Project Polar Epsilon, a joint space-based wide area surveillance and support capability, will provide the signal-processing infrastructure for improved surveillance.

(2008,
issue 6)

Search & Rescue Satellite Tracking.

(2008,
issue 6)
BY KEN KRUKEWICH

It is vital to be aware of other satellites to allow precautionary measures to be taken if necessary. The goal of the Surveillance of Space Project is to ensure that Canada continues to receive priority access to the critical orbital data necessary to protect its national interests.

(2008,
issue 6)

Increasing computing capacities, greater miniaturization and decreased power requirements are making smaller, more capable spacecraft possible. This article examines surveillance opportunities with an eye to the future.

(2008,
issue 6)

Space is more than just an environment through which we fly (orbit) Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) sensors. The “Sense” component represents a major investment area in DND’s revitalized program.

(2008,
issue 6)
BY K. JOSEPH SPEARS

An important role for First Canadians.

(2008,
issue 6)

China to Launch Mars ­Satellite; MDA; RapidEye-AG; Jena Optronik GmbH; SSTL; ISC Kosmotras; CCC; Bombardier Aerospace; Shenyang ­Aircraft Corp; China Aviation Industry Corp; Alenia North America; L-3 Communications; DCNS Group; Saft; Mobile Satellite Ventures; Telesat; General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc.; AAI Corporation; L-3 Communication Systems-West.

(2008,
issue 6)
BY CHRIS MACLEAN

FrontLine articles provide a wide-ranging selection of topics related to space, satellites and research.

(2008,
issue 2)
BY ROBERT DAY

Once upon a time, not so long ago, Canada was an aerospace powerhouse.

(2007,
issue 4)

Canada's air force converts knowledge into doctrine.

(2005,
issue 5)

COSPAS-SARSAT has proven itself as a model of international cooperation, working toward the development of space technologies for the benefit of humanity. 

RADARSAT-2 GMTI Project
(2005,
issue 5)
BY JEAN BEAUDIN, BY INGAR MOEN

RADARSAT-2 has been designed as a commercial Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) imaging satellite.

(2004,
issue 2)
BY MARK ROMANOW

For a cost of C$80M, Arcturus SAR would provide both an improved east coast SAR capability and a footprint Canadian Military presence, demonstrating Arctic Sovereignty through increased NORPATs.