Metadata set that describes all documents of the Larkin-Kerwin Library collection. This collection consists mostly of documents published by commercial publishers, but also includes internal Canadian Space Agency (CSA) documents.
The Larkin-Kerwin library was founded in 1991 shortly after the...
Here is data coming from a balloon, as high as the Eiffel all, and whose utility is to test new technology applications before being placed on satellites for long-duration space missions.
This dataset contains the telemetry data obtained from the different sub systems during the AUSTRAL2017...
The CARISMA (www.carisma.ca), previously known as CANOPUS, magnetometer network is operated by the University of Alberta. Users of the data are asked to follow the rules of the road at www.carisma.ca/CARISMADataUse. Any use or distribution of the data please include an appropriate...
The data represent Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) emission in 200-940 nm wavelength range obtained from 68 samples of rocks and minerals. The calibration table of known chemical content of the samples is also contained in the data.
"It is important for the next exploration missions to learn more about the Mars planet climate. It is for this reason that the Phoenix robotic spacecraft landed on Mars in 2008 in order to search for environments suitable for microbial life on Mars, and to research the history of water there. The...
Data collected between 1989 and 2007.
Riometers passively monitor radio noise from extrasolar
sources and have been shown to be an effective way to
monitor high-energy electron populations in the region of
space around the Earth.
Data is in text (.txt) format. .tar.gz files are compressed...
In order to improve the capability to monitor and evaluate the neurocognitive (NC) status of the International Space Station (ISS) astronauts, the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) initiated the development of a novel tool called Performance Readiness Evaluation and Training Tool (PRET). PRET is based...
Designed and assembled in Canada, Alouette-1 was the first satellite built by a nation other than the United States or the Soviet Union. It was constructed at a time when most satellites had a useful lifespan of a few months. Although Alouette-1 was as complex as any previously launched...
Canadian Space Agency
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