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Yaroslav Pustovyi (Courtesy Yaroslav Pustovyi)

Q-and-A: Former astronaut visits Rye

Yaroslav Pustovyi is a former astronaut with Ukraine’s National Space Agency, who is now working in Canada’s private space sector. Today, Pustovyi is the chairman of the Canadian Space Commerce Association, and helps run Space 1 Systems (S1S), a Canadian commercial spaceflight company he co-founded in 2009. Pustovyi spoke to Ryerson students in the SLC Tuesday about his career and […]

by Robert Mackenzie· · News, Science & Technology
Science Corner: NASA planning for Martians by 2030

Science Corner: NASA planning for Martians by 2030

Caitlin Martin Newnham explains plans to send Earthlings to the red planet in one minute.

Science Corner: Water on Mars?

Science Corner: Water on Mars?

NASA announced this morning that they have discovered water flowing on Mars. Liquid water is a precursor for life, which means NASA is one step closer to finding extraterrestrial life forms. Cait Martin Newnham has more.

Adrian Tang shows his design at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California. (Courtesy 
Adrian Tang)

Q&A: Adrian Tang and working for NASA

It was only six years ago that Adrian Tang left Ryerson, electrical and computer engineering degree in hand. Now he works as a design engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the space organization’s leading centre for robotic exploration. Tang spoke to The Ryersonian by email about his current project, making chips for robotic exploration in space by finding ways to […]

by Elisheva Baer· · News