space

When Curiosity gets the best of us

When NASA’s rover Curiosity landed on the surface of Mars this August, astronomy enthusiasts everywhere rejoiced. David Hanes was one of them.Continue...

New space to increase grad student interaction

Any graduate students who have ever had to compete against undergrads for a seat in Stauffer Library will be happy to hear that a new study space is about to open, reserved solely for them.Continue...

A Q&A with astronaut Robert Thirsk

Dr. Robert Thirsk’s career path led him out of this world.Continue...

Space conference leaves delegates starry-eyed

At the Queen’s Space Conference, delegates discussed the space industry with the best and brightest astronauts, business leaders and CEOs.Continue...

How Queen’s won the space race

Space historian Robert Godwin has found that a former Queen’s principal may have been the first person to propose using rockets for space travel.Continue...

Tett Centre opens doors

After 18 months of preparation, the J.K. Tett Centre is ready to be utilized by both Kingston residents and Queen’s students as a multi-purpose community arts space.Continue...

QJScience: Did life begin on Mars?

Recent evidence suggests that perhaps we’re more closely related to E.T. than we might have previously thought.

A meteorite from Mars was recently found on Earth and was...Continue...