Join us for an evening of free public stargazing along the north shore of Lake Ontario at Millennium Square. Observe the Moon, Jupiter, Saturn, and stars through our telescopes!
Join us as John E. Moores, York Research Chair in Space Exploration, presents about Canadian Space Science and Exploration!
Our monthly City Star Party is the place to catch universe from within the city limits at Bayview Village Park. If you don't have a telescope then you will find many astronomers who would love to share a view.
We are piloting a new City Star Party at Long Branch Park to catch universe from within the city limits. If you don't have a telescope then you will find many astronomers who would love to share a view.
Join us for our monthly recreational astronomy night meeting. This is where our members get to show their latest projects or give tutorials and tips on just about everything to do with astronomy.
Join us for the wonders of astronomy through a presentation on a variety of exciting astronomy topics, followed by an age-appropriate celestial activities and a demonstration of the 74” telescope.
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.