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Kaskuanashku swims in the big pond!

Kashkuanashku, Science North’s newest beaver, hit a new milestone this week and made his home in the beaver pond at Science North. It was definitely a new experience for him and after many attempts...

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Exoplanet Excitement, but still no Planet B.

Here is what we know: NASA announced on Wednesday the discovery of not one, not two, but SEVEN earth-sized exoplanets orbiting a small star within our galaxy. (An exoplanet is any planet outside of...

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Bee Update!

And the “bee” goes on! So what’s new with the overwintering bees experiment at Science North you ask? To start off, all of the colonies we’re monitoring are alive!  This is great news, and...

Chart of Comet 41/P courtesy of http://www.aerith.net/ 0

Astronomical Oddities in 2017

Some things happen every year, like celestial clockwork — the slow shifting of the constellations, regularly-scheduled meteor showers, and the phases of the moon. Those can be interesting enough, but it’s the rarer events...