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Spaceflight Now:Russian rocket launches batch of tiny satellites
An international cluster of diminutive spacecraft from at least seven nations rode a Russian Kosmos rocket into space this morning. Included is a trip of 10-cm Nanosatellites to be deployed by a T-POD device from the UTIAS Space Flight Laboratory of Toronto.
Toronto Sun: U of T’s tiny eye set for the sky
Jason Tchir reports that a satellite the size of a milk carton could be the next big thing in space
Red Herring: Satellite Slimdown
Red Herring reports that tesearchers at the University of Toronto demonstrated on Wednesday the feasibility of a satellite the size of a milk carton that could breathe new life into an industry that has problems finding applications that it could sustain, considering its peculiar economics.
Toronto Star: Tiny Satellite Packs Punch
Peter Calamai reports that the University of Toronto unveils its high-tech wonder CanX-2.
CSA News Release: Two years of amazing discoveries for Canada's "Humble Space Telescope"
Soon after its launch two years ago by the Canadian Space Agency (CSA), Canada’s “Humble Space Telescope” started making amazing observations-beyond the capacity of any other Earth- or space-based instrument.
AMSAT Praises Cooperation with UTIAS/SFL
Robin Haighton, VE3FRH, President of AMSAT-NA, acknowledges and praises the cooperation between AMSAT and UTIAS/SFL that resulted in the highly successful MOST microsatellite.
Toronto Star: Canadian telescope’s stellar stakeout shakes scientists’ theories of stars
Peter Calamai reports that Canada’s ‘Humble’ space telescope has just schocked astronomers — by finding nothing when it focussed for a month on the eighth brightest star in the winter night sky.
Universe Today: New Observations of Procyon Defy Expectations
Universe Today reports that MOST, Canada’s first space telescope, celebrates its first brithday today, but its latest surprising results could spoil the party for other astronomers whose earlier results are now being questioned.