As its primary mission draws to a close, Juno is set to delve further into the gas giant’s scientific riches.
In her column, the editor-in-chief discusses how to see major celestial events this summer without actually seeing them.
Dispatches from Hawai‘i
Canadians are making their mark on astronomy around the world. Here are four whose astronomy outreach goes above and beyond their jobs.
Buying the best telescope
When selecting a new telescope, especially a first telescope, consider a factor often overlooked — your observing site.
Stars under bright lights
What should you look for in urban skies? Even if you live under city lights, there are plenty of night-sky sights this spring.
Hiding in plain sight
Here are some late-spring galaxies that you won’t need a GoTo telescope to find and observe.
Spring of eclipses
In this edition's "Exploring the night sky," Brian Ventrudo discusses eclipses, rising Venus, fading Mars and Mercury at its best this year.
Why are some eclipses annular and others total? The answer lies in the relative sizes of the Sun and the Moon.
There's a lunar eclipse in the west on May 26 and an annular solar eclipse in the north on June 10. Get the details — and photography tips — in this special feature.
A place to roam
An epic journey has begun on Mars. Here are some of the first images from the Perseverance rover, its robotic eyes fixed simultaneously on the past and the future.