The SkyNews newsletter gives you the top weekly highlights of the best of Canadian astronomy and stargazing.
The Bortle scale has been classifying the darkness of your night sky for 20 years.
Buying a scope and the appropriate accessories can seem like a daunting task for beginners. Here’s a starter’s guide.
Use this SkyNews directory to find a dark-sky site near you.
Suggested by the SkyNews team, here’s a range of celestial gifts for the space aficionado in your life.
Satellite constellations are crowding the skies, causing conflict between astronomers, governments and businesses.
Working on making a dark sky visible in your area? You can start at home.
A producer-director in Belleville, Ontario, is using film as a way to bring light to darkness — or the lack thereof.
Don’t plan a big night observing without consulting these weather resources.
Want to meet people interested in astronomy? Our list of coast-to-coast clubs in Canada will help you locate a group near you.
Explore the world of astronomy equipment, software and educational facilities and resources
Preserving the beauty of the night sky means harnessing technological innovation and social change.
We put the LighTrack II from Fornax Mounts through its paces.