The latest astronomical and RASC Toronto Centre news.
The Sky This Year 2022

For our first meeting of 2022, instead of doing The Sky This Month, Chris Vaughan presented The Sky This Year.

The Insider's Guide to the Galaxy
Join us online to learn basic astronomy that you can do on your own from your backyard!
The Sky This Month Dec 1, 2021 - Jan 5, 2022

Although you might not be able to go way down south to Antarctica to see the total eclipse of the Sun, Andy Beaton has other astronomical highlights to look out for in this last month of 2021.

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Join us for one of our talks!

Speakers from across the country will be joining us to share their areas of astronomical expertise. Check back here regularly to see who will be speaking next.

The Sky This Month for Nov 3 - Dec 1, 2021

Denis Grey gives us the upcoming highlights in the night sky for the month of November 2021 with a special emphasis on the partial Lunar Eclipse on November 19.

Big Binoculars - Prepare to be AMAZED!

Ever wondered how far using binoculars can take you in astronomical observations? Well, Darren Hennig is prepared to show you just how far you can take it.

NASA Solar System Data Visualization and Analysis Portals

You say you are not Elon Musk and don't have a few billion dollars to go to other parts of our Solar System. This may be true, but the NASA Solar System Treks Project has you covered!

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Information for the 2021 Annual Meeting

This members-only page contains information regarding the upcoming Annual Meeting of the RASC Toronto Centre.

The RASC, Toronto Centre is seeking an Outreach Coordinator for its activities at the David Dunlap Observatory. Deadline for applications is October 31, 2021.
An Introduction to Asteroid Occultations with Tom Luton

Do you want something that challenges your astronomy skills yet is very rewarding and contributes to Citizen Science? Well, why not try Asteroid Occultations? Tom Luton explains the ins and outs to get you started and on your way.