Machine learning has been around for decades, but with quantum computers and cloud storage quickly maturing, it will enter likely the mainstream in astronomy soon.
This week in space news: Western University is poised to help train a Canadian going into lunar orbit.
Canadian technology will be flying on the Roman space telescope in 2025, on course to capture images of planets outside our Solar System.
A total solar eclipse will be passing over parts of South America on December 14.
The Geminids promise to give a great show this year as the prolific meteor shower peaks during a new Moon.
This biweekly column focuses on a trending news topic in Canadian astronomy. This week: as Arecibo sees last light, Canadian projects could help pick up the scientific slack.
A SpaceX spacecraft brings four astronauts into space, Europa may have less life-friendly origins for its famous water plumes, and “GoldenEye” observatory is facing more trouble.
The Canadian Space Agency is looking for feedback on the country’s future in space exploration
In the news: Scientists spot a likely free-floating planet, the Canadian Space Agency asks for feedback on future exploration, and fresh data from a dead comet mission reveals cappuccino-like ice.