Expected to be the biggest and best meteor shower of the year, Geminids meteor shower reaches its peak on the night of Monday, December 13, and continues into Tuesday, December.
This year's August full moon will stick around for a little longer than usual. The August moon will appear full for about three days from Friday, August 20 to Monday,.
TORONTO, ON., July 10, 2021 - Virgin Galactic owner, Sir Richard Branson will be taking part in the company's fourth crewed sub-orbital spaceflight Sunday, July 11 at 10:30 am EDT.
Forget about the pandemic for the night. It's time to gear up for a little full moon fever. According to the Farmer's Almanac May’s full Moon reaches its peak early.
Full Snow Moon over Toronto this weekend - February 26 - 27 — TORONTO, ON. Feb. 26. 2021 —This weekend when Torontonians look to the east-northeast night sky they should.
TORONTO. ON. January 27, 2021 — The January full moon is often referred to as the Wolf Moon, according to the Old Farmer’s Almanac, and may date back to Native American tribes and.
Great Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn will occur during the winter solstice Jupiter and Saturn have gradually been moving closer to each other. They are closing in on what astronomers.
TORONTO, ON., Dec. 2. 2020 — Around noon today there was an extreme flash of bright light over Toronto that Western University astronomy experts have confirmed as a bright meteor.
The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) is helping prepare Canada’s space industry in going to the moon. The CSA is awarding $3.3 million in contributions to support the demonstration of two lunar technology.
See Mars easily in the Toronto night sky during October photo credit NASA JBL-Caltech TORONTO, ON., Oct. 6, 2020 — Look up, look waaaaay up, and you will see what.
TORONTO, ON., August 11, 2020 — Tonight's the night that this year's grandest display of "shooting stars" will reach its peak. When we say grand, we are talking about 100.
TORONTO, ON., July 18, 2020 — Ontario summers are perfect for laying on docks or rocks while looking up at the night sky and counting the shooting stars. Now imagine.