Take a tour of the summer night sky, through the Coathanger asterism, as well as the Tweedledee and Tweedledum clusters.
A beautiful eclipse greeted northern and eastern Canadians as they woke up on June 10, 2021. Here’s what our readers saw.
Jupiter and Saturn will start rising before midnight this month, while Mars and Venus start to spend more time in evening twilight.
What is the Lunar X? Learn more about this lunar phenomenon and when you can see it on the Moon.
Mercury is the planet to watch this month, as it wanes and treks away from the Sun, passing Venus and the Moon.
What is a lunar eclipse? Why does the Moon turn red, into a “blood Moon”? Learn more about this celestial event, visible from western Canada, and how to photograph it.
How to see the zodiacal light, interplanetary dust and debris that lights up when the Sun hits it just right
How can you see this summer’s solar eclipse in Canada? What is an annular eclipse, anyway? SkyNews has the details here.
Here are a few simple photography tips from eclipse chaser Don Hladiuk on keeping your eyes safe and capturing a great digital memory.
Trek through Leo and Boötes this spring to find a treasure trove of galaxies hidden in plain sight.
While Jupiter draws farther away from Saturn, the Moon will pass the two April 6-7. Speedy Mercury will also pass by bright Venus on April 25.
This month, the old crescent Moon passes south of the pre-dawn planets from March 9-11, and Mars moseys between the Hyades and Pleiades.
Will you see the northern lights tonight? Find out using these tips and tools.