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In 1801, the physicist Thomas Young clearly demonstrated that light travels as a wave, much like the succession of crests and troughs along the surface of water.
Collection: Canada Under the Stars - Light
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
The Dominion Observatory and The Mont-M├ęgantic Observatory
Collection: Observatories
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
What holds the galaxies together? Why is the universe still expanding from the Big Bang, and will it ever collapse again in a big crunch?
Collection: Cosmic Quest: Astronomy Basics
Creator: CHIN
Combining light rays to increase telescopic resolution
Collection: Instruments for Astronomy
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
Miscou Crash
Collection: A Century of Aviation in New Brunswick
Creator: Heritage Branch, Province of New Brunswick
In this learning object, you will find two treasures from the Canada Aviation and Space Museum.
Collection: Canada's Got Treasures
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
By mapping the size and shape of our solar system, galaxy and the universe, we're beginning to chart our place in the cosmos.
Collection: Cosmic Quest: Ways of Looking
Creator: CHIN
Astronomers are always looking for better ways to study the sky.
Collection: Inside Astronomy Today
Creator: CHIN
Astronomy is both a science and a pastime that can be practiced using only basic equipment and without being an expert
Collection: Canada Under the Stars - The Universe
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
The human eye is an extraordinary organ. The transit and the sextant were the first astronomical instruments.
Collection: Instruments for Astronomy
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
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