Eyeing the Milky Way's monster
For the first time, scientists have imaged Sagittarius A*, the supermassive black hole at the centre of our galaxy. Here’s a look at what that means — and how Canadians are helping push research forward.
Lending an arm
Canada’s continuing legacy with Canadarm3, a major assist in the Artemis program, is serving as a bridge taking Canucks into space.
Take a look at the Moon this season, with short stories and images of our rocky companion.
Fun with filters
Adding the right filter can make a big improvement to your astrophotos at a relatively modest cost.
As sunspot activity increases on our closest star, imagers Kimberly and Laurie Sibbald detail two different ways to capture the phenomenon.
Autumn galaxies take flight
The stars of winged Pegasus host some fine lesser-known galaxies that will please both visual observers and astroimagers
Jupiter and Neptune at opposition
Look for bright planets, an occultation, and a meteor shower in the early autumn skies.
Photos of the Year
From hundreds of submissions, here are 2022’s top astroimages.