Springtime is galaxy season in Canada. Discover the myriad of distant galaxies overhead with these viewing tips
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.
Earlier this month, RASC members across Canada looked up and watched Venus as it crossed the Pleiades over the course of a few nights.
An exoplanet and its home star now bear Cree names on international maps after a Canada-wide contest saw the labels rise to the top.
Valentine’s Day. The perfect time for a candlelit dinner, a box of chocolates — or perhaps, if the skies are clear, a wee bit of stargazing.
Why do some constellations linger, while others quickly exit the celestial stage?
A recurring nova in Corona Borealis might be getting ready to blow.