Satellite trails, May 19, 2021. | SkyNews
More satellites, more problems

The number of active satellites in orbit (as of November 4, 2022 at 16:05:27 UTC) is 6,843 — 3,273 of which are Starlink units, up from 1,655 on September 1, 2021.

The Space Launch System (SLS) carrying the Orion spacecraft launches on the Artemis I flight test, Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2022. (NASA/Bill Ingalls) | SkyNews
NASA officially launches Artemis 1 

After several delays, NASA finally launched the most powerful rocket in history to the Moon.

Tuesday's new Moon marks the Lunar New Year, the beginning of the year on the traditional lunisolar Chinese calendar.(Dru Kelly/Unsplash) | SkyNews
Lunar New Year and lunisolar calendars

Tuesday marks the Lunar New Year in many countries around the world, including China, Korea and Vietnam.

The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada and SkyNews are teaming up to co-host a new Speaker Series online. | SkyNews
Speaker Series: Autumn 2021

Join The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada and SkyNews for the Speaker Series lineup this autumn

Taken in April 2020, this images shows the James Webb Space Telescopes’s 6.5-metre primary mirror in the configuration it will have when in space. | SkyNews
Speaker Series: JWST and Canada’s role in the exploration of the Universe

Watch Canadian Space Agency experts as they speak about Canada’s role in the exploration of the Universe with the James Webb Space Telescope.

A Hubble Space Telescope image of the Lagoon Nebula. (NASA, ESA, and STScI) | SkyNews
Recap: Confessions of a Hubble Space Telescope historian

In this Speaker Series talk, journalist and author Chris Gainor speaks about his book Not Yet Imagined, the official history of the Hubble Space Telescope.

Two miniature astronauts collecting stars. (Nong Vang/Unsplash) | SkyNews
2021 Astronomy Day events across Canada

International Astronomy Day events are being held online across Canada this year, and you can attend them from anywhere.

Astronomy today: Framing the future

Join us for a panel discussion that brings four great Canadian minds together to talk about science that is out of this world.

Speaker Series: Hawaiian nights, from Vancouver Island to Maunakea

In this Speaker Series talk Friday, August 28, Cam will tell the story of how he found himself on Maunakea.