Springtime is galaxy season in Canada. Discover the myriad of distant galaxies overhead with these viewing tips
Tuesday marks the Lunar New Year in many countries around the world, including China, Korea and Vietnam.
The brightest comets are rare, often only visible from Earth for a brief time. How do you catch them?
Comet Leonard is predicted to be bright enough to see with the naked eye this December. Catch it before it disappears.
Take a tour of the summer night sky, through the Coathanger asterism, as well as the Tweedledee and Tweedledum clusters.
Trek through Leo and Boötes this spring to find a treasure trove of galaxies hidden in plain sight.
It’s one all-nighter, 110 objects, and a pretty awesome feather for any visual astronomer’s cap. Here are some tips on running the Messier marathon.
Watch for planets on the move and the Geminids Meteor Shower
Mercury at maximum near Mars, young Moon meets pretty planets, and touring the lucky stars of Aquarius