Here’s what you can look forward to in the September/October 2018 issue of SkyNews.
The New Hunt for Dark Matter
With laboratory experiments coming up empty, scientists are looking skyward for fresh clues to a cosmic conundrum.
SkyNews 16th Annual Photo of the Week Contest
Readers from across Canada sent us a steady stream of extraordinary images over the past year. Here’s the best of the best.
Product Review: The MallinCam SkyRaider DS16C
We test a new camera designed for both video astronomy and conventional imaging.
The Binocular Sky: Contrasting Clusters
Two neighbouring open clusters in eastern Cassiopeia are fun to compare.
Capturing the Universe: Planning Your Astrophoto Sessions
Preparing for the worst instead of hoping for the best is the surest way to get great shots.
Scoping the Sky: Two Clusters for the Price of One
Check out this unusual star grouping deep in the Vulpecula Milky Way.
On the Moon: Shoot the Moon With Your DSLR
Rewarding lunar photography may be easier than you think.
Exploring the Night Sky: A Comet, Planets and a Harvest Moon
A fine binocular comet and the continuing Mars apparition entice skywatchers.
Constellation Corner: Delphinus
This small but distinctive constellation honours a revered sea creature.
Plus: Sky News Briefs, Editor’s Report, Readers’ Gallery and much more!