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?
Winds within Jupiter’s Great Red Spot are simulated in this JunoCam view. Winds within Jupiter’s Great Red Spot […]
Is the December 3 full Moon truly rare and spectacular?