Machine learning has been around for decades, but with quantum computers and cloud storage quickly maturing, it will enter likely the mainstream in astronomy soon.
Check out lunar features this week as the Moon waxes to gibbous.
This month, Uranus completes its retrograde loop and resumes its eastward motion in the skies, and Mercury returns to view. Here’s more on the planetary events this month.
With a new Moon in the sky this week, it’s the perfect time to look for some deep-sky objects
This week in space news: Western University is poised to help train a Canadian going into lunar orbit.
Jupiter and Saturn provide a continuation of last month’s show, meeting with Mercury post sunset this week.
Ring in the new year as the Earth reaches perihelion and a meteor shower streaks the sky.
Weather report for December 21 got you down? See through the clouds — or at least commiserate — with RASC and Explore Scientific!
Saturn and Jupiter meet in their closest conjunction since 1623, a minor meteor shower peaks and the Moon’s Lunar X will be visible for western Canadians.
Canadian technology will be flying on the Roman space telescope in 2025, on course to capture images of planets outside our Solar System.
Watch Saturn and Jupiter as they come closer together. The winter solstice starts off next week with the pair’s conjunction.
Canadian Space Agency announces another round of LEAP projects awarded a total of almost $3 million
As the Moon wanes after its last quarter, keep an eye open for Saturn and Jupiter as they come closer to their Great Conjunction. Also, on the night of December 13-14, the Geminid Meteor Shower reaches its peak.