March's magnetic onslaught
Canada's prairie provinces saw northern lights dance across nights of crystal clear skies. Here's a gallery of what they caught.
Apollo 15, 50 years later
The Apollo 15 mission focused on lunar exploration and science, landing in the Imbrium Basin and taking astronauts roving around the Moon.
Not the right place or time for a Messier marathon? Try a new-object star-hopping marathon.
Reviewing a SharpStar refractor
A new name in premium telescopes, SharpStar offers a range of refractors. Their new 94mm hits a sweet spot for aperture, price and portability.
Summer sky binocular beauties
Spend some time outside and look for these easy-to-find summertime binocular targets.
Hacking your scope
Tinkerer Blake Nancarrow regularly fixes objects and makes new things. Here are his tips on transferring those skills to your telescopes.
Summer night sight-seeing
Some of the summer's best deep-sky targets can be spotted in binoculars and then explored through your telescope.
Exploring the Night Sky
The short Canadian summer nights this year will be radiant with a prolific meteor shower and planetary meetups.
Grades of outer space
Citizen science is opening doors to astronomy and space science for the next generation of students across Canada
Games in space
Looking for a fun way to connect with people through computer games that are out of this world? SkyNews looks at multiplayer games that have an astronomical twist
Waiting for dark
Once the COVID-19 pandemic is over, Canadian scientists may have their best chance yet at discovering the true nature of dark matter