In recent news: interstellar clouds mapped the formation of stars, Curiosity’s epic climb, and a life-friendly environment may have been found in Mercury.
A Canadian asteroid target gets wings, NASA and Europe prepare for Mars, and all that dimming drama may just be Betelgeuse blowing smoke.
A biweekly roundup of what’s new in space: a Canadian joins a Mars mission science team, China announces more work on solar system exploration, and tiny star packs a surprisingly big punch.
Two astronomy students from John Abbott College talk about their hands-on opportunity detecting an exoplanet using The RASC’s Robotic Telescope.
SkyNews reporter Elizabeth Howell interviews a NASA astrophysicist on comet 2I/Borisov and how Hubble used its “exquisite vision” to observe the interloper.
A biweekly roundup of what’s new in space: a new epic solar mission, satellite collisions, and the origin story for Uranus and Neptune is examined.
A biweekly roundup of what’s new in space: telescope repairs, a hot planet and a space mission for a female robot.
Howell’s Hits: A star collision, a dark matter discovery, and an astronaut graduation ceremony
Could the history of the solar system eventually be unravelled in Canadian labs?