August 31, 2015

the SPACE issue

The other side of the sky

the SPACE issue

Spacesuit as spaceship

the SPACE issue

UP THERE, PEACE. DOWN HERE? MEH.

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the SPACE issue

The other side of the sky

Only eight Canadian astronauts have had the privilege of travelling to space. Two more are training for future missions. We spoke to every one of them—about their lives, their work, their hope for exploration and the wonder they witnessed from the spaceship window.

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Spacesuit as spaceship

Keeping humans alive on Mars requires a decades-long process of inventing, testing— and hoping, reports Jonathon Gatehouse

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UP THERE, PEACE. DOWN HERE? MEH.

Can the ISS survive while U.S.-Russia relations deteriorate?

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‘The high ground’

Col. Chris Hadfield on the profoundly human urge to explore the universe—and where we will go next

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ROCKET MAN

Franklin Chang Díaz went to space seven times. Now he’s building a radical new engine. Jonathon Gatehouse reports from Houston

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This Week

LETTERS

So apparently the real homicidal thieves who will break into your house, beat you up and steal your car are not the smarphone-addicted youth (“Why crime is falling so fast,” Society, Aug. 10), but the 65to 89-year-olds! Hmm. Retirement: Obviously, too much time on your hands leads you down a wayward path.
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National

PLAYING SOLITARY

Youth in Ontario jails face ‘dehumanizing conditions’ and legal violations

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International

The foggy war

In a battleground of shifting and strained alliances, Canada's modest air war against Islamic State is becoming hard to justify

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MACLEAN'S BACK PAGES

Colouring ’til it hurts

For millions of adults, colouring brings inner peace— but it can also bring tendonitis, back problems and worse

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National

WRIGHT TO WRONG

How an explosive day of testimony in the Mike Duffy trial turned a bad day for the Harper election campaign into an awful one

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