Of great benefit to the Yukon's geospatial gathering capability would be it's own micro-satellite capable of capturing single images or a series of overlapping images monitoring specific Yukon sites.
Posted by EarthImage
For the public, connecting Aurora Borealis and tourism to bond a stronger relationship/awareness about STEM and research.
Posted by Eric Kim
Tracking waste and clean-up worldwide, giving people a better idea of what is actually happening to our world on a large scale.
Posted by Annabelle
Numerous low cost sensors and a user-friendly interface to run coding challenges in Yukon schools
Posted by Alison
A sensor on the CubeSat that is sensitive to subtle changes in light frequency so that when pointed at the earth it can record what colour it is looking at to a high degree of accuracy. We can point the sensor at the Earth and use it to record what percentage of the land mass is covered by what shade of vegetation at what time of year. This could be used to potentially track the progress of invasive species, the changes of the leaves with the season, algal blooms etc.-- depending on where it is pointed.
Posted by Noah
Broadcast Yukon's poets and storytellers across the world via a micro radio.
Posted by Joe
Send free messages via satellite to family and friends in backcountry
Posted by Sinan
Monitor the changes to the landscape because of permafrost degradation.
Posted by YukonMike
Finding out where salmon go when they are in the ocean.
Posted by Ken
A cubesat with a magnetometers and electric field sensors to provide more understanding of the Aurora Borealis
Posted by Erik
The "WiLD LiDAR" cubesat mission aims to advance technology in space while simultaneously assisting biologists in wildlife tracking by combining a LiDAR sensor with a radio transceiver.
Posted by Ally
Use a gas spectrometer to examine gasses in the upper atmosphere specifically looking at gasses that contribute to climate change.
Posted by Francis
Examine the contributing effect of volcanic activity to climate change.
Posted by Min
an engineering and science payload to measure various things in space and test the design of an engineering system built on the ground.
Posted by Spencer
Satellite imaging of the Yukon that is only accessed by the Yukon Government or businesses.
Posted by Lee