CSA Space Exploration Database/Website Seeks Input

Press Release From: Canadian Space Agency
Posted: Monday, March 11, 2002

Introduction to the new Canadian Space Agency Database-Supported Space Exploration Website

Dear Colleague,

A new and dynamic Canadian Space Agency (CSA) Space Exploration database-supported website has been created, and will soon be updated on the web. It will serve as the central location of all Canadian Space Exploration information, in the effort to encourage collaboration and help partner colleagues both across Canada and internationally.

This website will be searchable by users trying to find Canadians involved in space exploration-related activities, whether in academia, industry or government. This website is intended to become the "yellow pages" for both international and Canadian colleagues, who are looking for expertise, capabilities and facilities within the Canadian Space Exploration community. The website will also serve as a focus point for students interested in pursuing space exploration studies and research.


To enter yourself/your organization into the database, please complete and submit the on-line form:

*** Changes to your database submission may be made at any time, and should be updated regularly in order to most accurately portray yourself/your organization within the database. Please note that the more complete the information, the better you are represented. IMPORTANT: the information that you submit will become part of the public domain, thus no information considered "sensitive" should be submitted.

Please take the time to fill out and submit the Space Exploration database form, as it applies to yourself/your organization. If you should have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact

Thank you,
the Space Exploration web team

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