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Artemis success opens new chapter for Canada in space


This Week’s Sky: December 19-25


SWOT satellite ready to watch Canadian waters


Enceladus’ subsurface ocean could be similar to Earth’s


BlueWalker 3 becomes brighter than most stars


Photo of the Week inspired by ‘Stranger Things’


Light burst created as black hole devours a star


This Week’s Sky: December 12-18


New Horizons begins another Kuiper Belt mission


ICON gets US$57M for lunar surface construction system


Clouds founds over Saturn’s most mysterious moon


NASA offers insights into baby stars’ feeding frenzies


Astronomers discover two very old galaxies


Planets at a Glance: December 2022


This Week’s Sky: December 5-11


WesternU’s Gordon Osinski to lead first Moon mission


JWST explores atmosphere of ‘hot Saturn’ exoplanet


Blue Lagoons, by David Jenkins


This Week’s Sky: November 28-December 4


All eyes on Ontario’s bright fireball


MAVEN eyes two types of aurorae above Mars


Canadian CHIME telescope earns team major award


North America Nebula, by Katelyn Beecroft


M16 by David Jenkins


This Week’s Sky: November 21-27


NASA officially launches Artemis 1 


This Week’s Sky: November 7-13


Canada will watch climate change like a HAWC


Planets at a Glance: November 2022


The Lobster Claw Nebula, by Chris Parfett


This Week’s Sky: October 31-November 6


This Week’s Sky: October 24-30


An astronomy professor’s passion for numismatics


This Week’s Sky: October 17-23, 2022


Lunar rover contest a giant leap for science, STEM


This Week’s Sky: October 10-16, 2022


Planets at a Glance: October 2022


Nearing the total lunar eclipse, by Jim Stacey


This Week’s Sky: October 3-9, 2022


This Week’s Sky: September 26 to October 2, 2022


This Week’s Sky: September 19-25, 2022


Planets at a Glance: September 2022


This Week’s Sky: September 12-18, 2022


This Week’s Sky: August 22 to 28, 2022


Photo of the Week contest winners: 2022


This Week’s Sky: August 15 to 21, 2022


Students are floating science to the stratosphere via balloons


Dalhousie University students extend their studies to space


Canada helped discover water on a distant planet using JWST


Planets at a Glance: August 2022


    
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