James Webb telescope shows Neptune like you’ve never seen it before
The James Webb Space Telescope has turned its gaze inwards to our solar system and captured a shot that might challenge your perception of the ice giant Neptune.
Astronomers believe universe holds 2 trillion galaxies
Thought the universe was crowded with 100 billion to 200 billion galaxies? Try 1 trillion or even 2 trillion galaxies and more.
Oct 14, 2016
Cosmic cliffs, dancing galaxies: James Webb Telescope’s 1st photos dazzle
Astronomy enthusiasts, get ready to be dazzled by four new photos from deep space captured by the $10-billion James Webb Space Telescope.
Vancouver Whitecaps blank L.A. Galaxy 3-0, faint playoff hopes still alive
‘(The win) keeps us alive. I know it’s a long shot. But as we can see from last year, anything can really happen.’
James Webb Space Telescope: NASA reveals 1st full-colour image to the world
"What you're seeing are galaxies, galaxies shining around other galaxies, and just a small little portion of the universe."
James Webb telescope now ‘in full focus,’ ready to observe universe
NASA shared images confirming the James Webb Space Telescope is fully aligned and ready to move into the final stages of preparation.
James Webb telescope sends back more astonishing photos of distant galaxy
Scientists continue to be blown away by the capabilities of the James Webb Space Telescope, NASA's successor to the Hubble Space Telescope.
Does another version of you exist in a different universe?
Imagine another universe where every decision you made was an alternate reality. Instead of turning right the day you got into an accident, you turned left, avoiding it.
Aug 13, 2016
Here comes hydrogen: How this abundant element could revolutionize the way we fuel our lives
Canada is already one of the world’s top ten producers of hydrogen, but now, wind energy is about to fuel an export market that could be worth $50 billion by 2050.
Aliens and ‘Galactic Federation’ exist, ex-Israeli space chief claims
The aliens want to remain secret because they don’t think humans can handle the news, according to former Israeli general Haim Eshed.
Dec 8, 2020
‘I downplayed it all’: Métis man shares journey to self-love after residential school
"I couldn't own that I'm a survivor because I don't look native at first glance," said Gary Têtu, who travelled to Alberta to see Pope Francis during the pontiff's visit to Canada.
Montreal rallies from early deficit with four goal outburst to deal TFC a costly loss
There was a wild start to the game with Toronto scoring in the fifth and seventh minute, only to have Montreal respond with goals in the 19th and 21st.
International interest over Newfoundland’s hydrogen potential worries some experts
Environmentalists worry the Newfoundland and Labrador government is moving too fast and trying to capitalize on renewable energy at all costs.
‘The People’s Joker,’ reimagining of Gotham City, pulled from TIFF over rights issues
TIFF says on its website that the filmmaker pulled the Gotham City-set independent movie over the concerns, and the customer relations team will get in touch with ticketholders.
Quebec election: Legault won’t release study on Quebec City-Lévis third link project
Legault's CAQ party is championing a $6.5-billion tunnel that would connect the downtowns of Quebec City and Lévis.