A camera mounted on the Orion spacecraft captured the Moon as Orion prepared for its return powered flyby. (NASA)
Canadian antennas track Artemis during Moon mission

“We used those antennas to track and measure Artemis on its way to the Moon by listening to their spaceship transmissions,” said Michel Doyon.

An infrared view of Jupiter’s volcanic moon Io on July 5, 2022. (NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/ASI/INAF/JIRAM) | SkyNews
Juno studying volcanic Jovian moon Io

Scientists will observe Io’s volcanoes and how these eruptions interact with Jupiter’s magnetosphere and aurora.

Saturn’s moon Titan, captured by the JWST’s NIRCam instrument Nov. 4, 2022. (NASA, ESA, CSA, A. Pagan (STScI). Science: Webb Titan GTO Team) | SkyNews
Clouds found over Saturn’s most mysterious moon

The clouds were first seen on November 4, and astronomers at the Keck Observatory in Hawaii did follow-up observations on November 6.

Gordon Osinski, acting director for the Centre for Planetary Science and Exploration at Western University. | SkyNews
WesternU’s Gordon Osinski to lead first Moon mission

A $43 million Canadian-built lunar rover will lift off for the Moon’s South Pole in 2026.

Moonrise compostie by Brad Perry | SkyNews
Moonrise composite by Brad Perry

Brad Perry’s beautiful composed Moonrise composite impressed the judges and garnered the Photo of the Week title on June 2, 2022

Half Moon by Mathew Despres | SkyNews
Half Moon by Mathew Despres

Captured in a backyard in New Brunswick, Despres brings us a breathtaking image of the Moon, winning Photo of the Week on December 17, 2022

Gibbous Moon by Shelley Jackson | SkyNews
Gibbous Moon by Shelley Jackson

With appealing colouring and good detail, Shelley Jackson’s image of the waning gibbous Moon won our Photo of the Week title for November 5, 2021.

The MIST Lab team stand with their robotic swarm. | SkyNews
Montreal team tests robot ‘swarms’ for Moon exploration

A robot swarm could be a small step for a few machines — and a giant leap for artificial intelligence on the Moon.

Cathy LeBlanc — who works on Mi'kmaw Moons with Dave Chapman — said her 13-year-old niece Holly is an important part of the project, opening their presentations with a reading. (Kristine Rose Photography) | Astronomy & space news | SkyNews
Mi’kmaw Moons connects with Two-Eyed Seeing

Two Nova Scotians work together on Mi’kmaw Moons, a learning and teaching project that connects Moon cycles, visual astronomy and Two-Eyed Seeing

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