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.
Weather report for December 21 got you down? See through the clouds — or at least commiserate — with RASC and Explore Scientific!
A total solar eclipse will be passing over parts of South America on December 14.
The Geminids promise to give a great show this year as the prolific meteor shower peaks during a new Moon.
How to see the zodiacal light, the leftovers of our cosmic neighbourhood’s formation some 4.5 billion years ago.
Here are some observation and photographing tips for the Perseids, which peak August 12-13, 2020.
Comet NEOWISE is headed on its way out of our Solar System, fading from our skies.
Comet NEOWISE’s trajectory will bring it closest to the Earth July 22.
The long-awaited bright comet C/2020 F3 NEOWISE will become visible after sunset this week, adding to its breathtaking morning shows.
Sometimes, it’s quite alright to get a nice satellite in your shot. Here are some tips on how to find the human-made orbital objects.
Ever accidentally caught satellites in your astrophoto? Space journalist Elizabeth Howell has some tips on how to avoid them.
Satellite constellations are crowding the skies, causing conflict between astronomers, governments and businesses.
The Moon will have a subtle shadow on the evening of July 4-5, 2020, as a penumbral lunar eclipse passes, visible from most areas in Canada.