The creative answer to that question won an Alberta teen $400,000 in education prizes in an international science video competition.
Orion is one of the most recognizable constellations in the Canadian night sky. Here’s a view of the Hunter as seen in the early 1800s.
Join us for a panel discussion that brings four great Canadian minds together to talk about science that is out of this world.
SkyNews readers answer the call to share their favourite science fiction titles.
In this Speaker Series talk Friday, August 28, Cam will tell the story of how he found himself on Maunakea.
Join Canadian comet discoverer David Levy as he speaks about major events of his life — like finding one of the most popular comets in our lifetimes.
Learn that the journey can be more rewarding than the destination (and hone your star hopping skills) in Robert Conrad’s one-hour workshop.
Working with the High Commission, the U.K.-based Moon Festival is set to focus on Canada and its peoples’ connections to the Moon.
The technologies for displaying the wonders of the heavens to earthbound audiences have changed over the years. Here’s one example.
Star parties and dark-sky festivals across Canada offer a chance to enjoy astronomy in the company of fellow enthusiasts, whether in person or online.
Learn more about important issues and hot topics in the skies through The RASC and SkyNews’ Speaker Series.
Join RASC archivist Randall Rosenfeld as he explores why hand-drawn astronomical pictures look odd to us, and the implications for what “truth at the eyepiece” may really mean.
The ability to meet virtually allows anyone anywhere to view the skies and participate in International Astronomy Day events this year.