Arnold Brody takes his turn at showing us the celestial highlights for the month of April and doesn't miss a chance to remind us about the Millennium Square Public Stargazing Event on April 28 that he is organizing. Arnold is a member of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada - Toronto Centre and gave his presentation to the Recreational Astronomy Night Hybrid meeting held April 5, 2023 at the Ontario Science Centre.
Join the David Dunlap Observatory Astronomers for an interactive session where participants will see live and pre-recorded telescope views of the solar surface, learn about our nearest star, and practice safe solar observing by making their own pinhole projector.
Join us as Rajveer Seehra, an Astrophysics student at University of Manitoba, delves into the world of galaxy formation and evolution, focusing sharply on the structures that define these grand celestial objects.
Visit a unique historical site in Richmond Hill and experience an engaging presentation led by experts and researchers in astronomy, covering a variety of exciting astronomy topics. After the presentation, participants will tour the observatory and see a demonstration of the 74” telescope pointed to an interesting celestial object for the visitors to view (weather-dependent). Please wear / bring appropriate supplies for being outside. A registered adult must accompany all registered participants under the age of 16.
Join us as John E. Moores, York Research Chair in Space Exploration, presents about Canadian Space Science and Exploration!
Join us online to learn basic astronomy that you can do on your own from your backyard! The spring sky hosts both very bright stars and very dim galaxies. We'll talk about the system astronomers use to measure and report the brightness of celestial objects - from luminosity to absolute and apparent brightness, to surface brightness. Please note, this will be the last episode of Insider's Guide to the Galaxy.