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Free Flight 2018

Team registration deadline is October 27, 2017 CASI is committed to serving Junior members by offering events and activities that are [...]

Aerospace Unplugged 2017

Aerospace Unplugged 2017   Tickets Include: Networking Lunch Aerospace Unplugged Conference Networking Reception & Dinner For more information and to [...]

University of Alberta Aero-Day 2017

AERO DAY October 5th, 2017 at ETLC Solarium - 9107 116 Street Northwest, Edmonton, Alberta T6G 1V4 EXPO: 12-2PM SPACE [...]

The Commercial Space Blog will be at the 18th CASI ASTRO Conference; May 15th – 17th, 2018 in Quebec City, PQ

As outlined by Geoffrey Languedoc, the executive director of the Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute(CASI), the upcoming 18th CASI ASTRO Conference, "promises [...]

CASI Ottawa Branch and Carleton CMAS Event Flying, Aeronautics and Aerobatics- Demonstrations and Paper Airplane Contest

CASI Ottawa Branch and Carleton CMAS Event Flying, Aeronautics and Aerobatics- Demonstrations and Paper Airplane Contest By Paul Penna with [...]

Searchers locate Avro Arrow model in Lake Ontario

  A free-flight model of the famed Avro Arrow interceptor has been located on the rocky bottom of Lake Ontario, [...]

Join us on August 31

Unmanned Systems Canada and the Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute will be co-hosting a Golf Tournament at the Metcalfe Golf [...]

Beam me up? Scientists teleport first object ever from Earth into space

Chinese scientists successfully teleported an object from the Earth's surface to an orbiting satellite for the first time ever. A photon [...]

Without funding, Canadian climate science is in peril

Without funding, Canadian climate science is in peril Most informed people agree that climate change is a reality, and that [...]

Scientists brace for climate-fund cutoff

Climate scientists across Canada are preparing to shutter research projects and lay off staff as time runs out on the [...]

Is the staggeringly profitable business of scientific publishing bad for science?

In 2011, Claudio Aspesi, a senior investment analyst at Bernstein Research in London, made a bet that the dominant firm [...]

What Capabilities Does the Next Generation of Cockpits Offer?

CASI Web Talks with NATA’s Glenn Priestly

Register today and join in from the comfort of your homes and offices on Thursday, June 22, 2017 for a live [...]

CASI Chronicles – inaugural episode with Dr. Brian Brisco

The team assembled after a great interview with Brian Brisco. We’re proud to introduce our new podcast series, [...]

Space Apps Challenge 2017: A first for the CSA

From April 28 to 30, participants in Ottawa, Toronto and Waterloo joined developers, designers, students, engineers and entrepreneurs from around the world [...]

Ottawa’s Gastops gaining altitude with high-tech aircraft maintenance tools

(Source: Ottawa Business Journal) For nearly four decades, engineers at a nondescript office in an east-end industrial park have been [...]

The Elvie L. Smith Scholarship 2017 Winner

Apply for the 2018 The Elvie L. Smith Scholarship today! Jeremy Chan-Hao Wang is an aspiring “leader-engineer” and young entrepreneur whose [...]

The Charles Luttman Scholarship 2017 Winner

Apply for the 2018 Charles Luttman Scholarship today! Jeff Hough is a third-year Aerospace Engineering student in the Space Systems [...]

Thousands of tiny satellites are about to go into space and possibly ruin it forever

Halfway through the European Space Agency's new film, we're at the part where — if this were some happy space documentary from yesteryear — [...]


Don't miss the revolution!!!!!           The Hybrid Airship Revolution – A Hot Topic for Dr. Cool’ [...]

CASI announces its 2017 Senior Awards honourees


CASI WEB TALKS with featured guest John Maris (February 21, 2017)

Around the Dial: The Evolution of Human Factors in Aviation with John Maris. With both a Doctorate and test pilot [...]

CASI WEB TALKS – with featured guest John Maris – February 21, 2017

Please register for CASI WEB TALKS - with featured guest John Maris on Feb 21, 2017 12:30 PM EST at: [...]

Did Life Start More Than Once on Earth?

Source: University of Washington & Astrobiology Web Conditions suitable to support complex life may have developed in Earth's oceans -- [...]

AO for 2017 Earth Explorer Conference / AOP pour Conférence « 2017 Earth Explorer »

[English follows] L'Agence spatiale canadienne (ASC) vient d'afficher un Avis d'offre de participation (AOP) pour la participation étudiante à la [...]

Auto-GCAS Saves Unconscious F-16 Pilot—Declassified USAF Footage

This newly declassified video footage from the head-up-display of a U.S. Air Force Arizona Air National Guard F-16 records the [...]

Dr. Robert Thirsk Astronaut | Engineer | Physician | University Chancellor

Dr. Robert Thirsk isn’t ready to write his autobiography – yet. You would think someone who qualified first as a mechanical engineer then as a [...]

MDA Scores a Win in Long Sought After Satellite Servicing Business Segment

It seems patience pays off. NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) yesterday announced that MDA's U.S. subsidiary Space Systems Loral (SSL) has won a [...]

‘Supermoon’ Science: NASA Explains the Closest Full Moon Until 2034

The November "supermoon" is extra close to Earth today  (Nov. 14), providing an extraordinary sight for skywatchers — but exactly what [...]

The ‘Magic’ Behind Radar-Absorbing Materials For Stealthy Aircraft

The science, history and future of stealth materials Oct 28, 2016  Dan Katz | Aviation Week & Space Technology This is the [...]

IAC 2016 Photos – Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico

The 67th International Astronautical Congress was held last week in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico. Attendance was reported to be over 5,200 [...]

Canadian Space Agency Sylvain Laporte Remarks at the IAC 2016 Heads of Agency Plenary

Every year the International Astronautical Congress opens with a Head of Agencies plenary. This is a public opportunity for the [...]

CASI Connect provides a unique and effective one-time mini-mentoring opportunity typically linking a junior CASI member with a more senior one.

MANNARINO obtains Transport Canada DAO for Airborne Software & Electronic Hardware – A first for a Canadian Service Company

Mannarino Systems & Software Inc. (MANNARINO) is very proud to announce that it has been authorized as a Design Approval [...]

Carleton researchers explore endless applications for UAV

As UAVs proliferate throughout global airspace, researchers are working to find ways of ensuring safer operations for these systems, which [...]

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When you become a member of CASI you join ranks with a national organization that embraces and participates in all facets of aeronautics, space and related technologies.

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