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The latest astronomical and RASC Toronto Centre news.
Big Galaxies and the Big Places in Which They Live with Dr. Marshall McCall
Ever wondered how big some galaxies are or how far away they are from our own solar system?
Laser-Guided Stargazing Tours
April 27, 2019 - September 28, 2019
What's better than viewing the night sky the way it's meant to be seen? Seeing it with dozens of other stargazers!
Sky this Month May 2019

The content for the Sky This Month presented by Bryon Czarnik at the Recreational Astronomy Night on April 24, 2019, including event dates and times, sky charts, and observing targets can be found in the accompanying PDF document.

The Sky This Month April 24 - May 21, 2019 "The Mother's Day Edition"

On April 24, 2019, Bryon Czarnik, a member of the Toronto Centre, presented the upcoming month's celestial highlights geared to the Mother's Day theme, which will be celebrated this year on May 12, 2019.

Alien Landscapes with Elizabeth Tasker

Ever wondered what it would actually be like to be on some of the new exoplanets that have been discovered recently? Well, Elizabeth Tasker has wondered about this as well.

It's Sirius O'Clock: Astronomical Timekeeping in Ancient Egypt

Ever wondered how the Ancient Egyptians kept time? Well, Dr. Sarah Symons from McMaster University wondered about this too.

The Sky This Month March 27 - April 24 2019
The content for The Sky This Month presented by Arnold Brody at the Recreational Astronomy Night on March 27, 2019, including event dates and times, sky charts, and observing targets.
The Sky This Month March 27 - April 24 2019

Toronto Centre member Arnold Brody presented the upcoming month sky highlights from March 27 to April 24, 2019. He spoke at the Recreational Astronomy Night Meeting which was held at the Ontario Science Centre on March 27, 2019.

A Trip to Mars?

Ever wondered what it would take for humans to go to Mars? Well, Ron Macnaughton has given it much thought.

Katrina Ince Lum with Award

Each year the Toronto Centre recognizes the contributions of our members to the operation of the Centre, to the promotion of astronomy in the community, to observing programs and to the development of astronomical equipment.

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