SpaceX Crew-1 Launch — Livestream Watch Party

Time and Date: Sunday, November 15, 7:27 pm EST (Livestream starts at 7 pm) Want to watch history? SpaceX’s first operational crewed mission to the International Space Station — carrying three NASA astronauts and one JAXA astronaut for a six-month mission — will launch as the flight named Crew-1. Join the ASX for a livestream…
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Space Trivia — Radio Astronomy

Interested in another round of Trivia, drawn from our October Star Talk on radio astronomy? Join the ASX for a fun round of Kahoot! on November 18 at 6:30 pm!You can play alone or with a team of friends, and we’ll keep score — neat prizes will be available for the top players. Zoom link…
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Star Talk: The New Era of Radio Astronomy

Radio telescopes — such as the Canadian Hydrogen Intensity Mapping Experiment (CHIME), HIRAX, and the planned CHORD — will lead to unprecedented advances in astronomy. How will they shape future research? To find out more, join us online on Wednesday, October 28 at 6:00 pm.Abstract: “In recent years, the exponential growth of available computing power…
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Star Talk: Hands-On Astronomy: Building Instruments to Measure Our Cosmos

Abstract:You may be familiar with some of the fantastic technology and instruments to do astronomy and the pictures we get with them of our cosmos, but how do these telescopes and cameras actually get built? What do experimental astrophysics do all day? I will discuss astronomical instrumentation and what technology we use to measure the…
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NASA Space Apps

For the first time in ASX history, we are very proud to be co-organising NASA’s Space Apps Toronto! Are you ready for a weekend of space hacking? Visit the following website for more information:https://2020.spaceappschallenge.org/locations/toronto-ontario/