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2018 is the Year of Space

Grab your sense of adventure and gear up for a year of out-of-this-world activities at the Canada Aviation and Space Museum!

In late 2018, Canadian Astronaut David Saint-Jacques will launch towards the International Space Station (ISS) and spend six months orbiting the Earth. As part of Expeditions 58 and 59, Saint-Jacques will participate in active research and help maintain the ISS. He’ll also connect with Canadians and classrooms back on Earth – to share his incredible journey of space exploration.

Here at the museum, we’re celebrating Saint-Jacques’ mission with a variety of exhibitions, events, and public programming throughout the year. Whether you’re a newbie or a space expert, we have something new for you to try – and we’ll be adding more events to the calendar throughout the year.

Beyond Planet Earth: The Future of Space Explorationcasm

May 4, 2018 - September 3, 2018

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Visit the moon, asteroids, Mars, and more through immersive environments, models, and interactives.

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Our Place in Space Life in Orbit: The International Space Stationcasm


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Life in Orbit: The International Space Station. An exhibition about the International Space Station (ISS) and astronaut life aboard the ISS – a marvel of modern technology.

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The Legacy of the Canadarm The Legacy of the Canadarmcasm


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The Canadarm: A Canadian Aerospace Icon

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