The General Assembly of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada is being held this weekend. Lots of great presentations, and the Helen Sawyer Hogg Lecture Nathalie Ouellette was amazing. Looking
The Sun today
16° and very windy. Here’s a picture of the Sun.
Anyway, after that 10 minute torrential downfall, the sun came out. Here it is in all it’s splendor. It would seem summer has finally arrived.
A transequatorial coronal hole was detected in an earth-facing position on Monday, 13 June 2022. There may be auroral activity later in the week, but the Moon will be very
Below and to the left of the terminator is a star called HD 101242. It is a 7th magnitude star appearing in the constellation Virgo. 114 light years from our
10 years ago today was the last transit of Venus until 2117. We had a large crowd at the David Dunlap Observatory for the last chance in our lifetime to
The Sun in Hα
Waxing crescent moon and some earthshine tonight. 18.1% illuminated.