Natural Sciences - Astronomy/Space Science
A new study of the intriguing TRAPPIST-1 exoplanetary system has demonstrated the complex interaction between the activity of the system's star and its planetary features. Astronomers led by a team at Université de Montréal has made important progress in understanding the intriguing TRAPPIST-1 exoplanetary system, which was first discovered in 2016 amid speculation it could someday provide a place for humans to live.
Complex interplay between stellar activity and exoplanet characteristics revealed in study co-authored by McGill Professor Nicolas Cowan A team of astronomers has made a leap forward in our understanding of the intriguing TRAPPIST-1 exoplanetary system.
Researchers use AI to detect potential problems with satellites before they happen Rural and remote communities in Canada often rely on satellites to access the internet, but those connections are fraught - with many glitches and service interruptions because the technology can be unreliable.
News Release - Discovery of two potential Polar Ring galaxies suggests these stunning rare clusters might be more common than previously believed. KINGSTON, Ontario - A group of international astronomers, including researchers from Queen's University, has identified two potential polar ring galaxies, according to results published today in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.
Sessional Lecturer 1 - AST115H5S o Cultural Astronomy University of Toronto
Assistant Professor - Astrophysics University of Toronto
Postdoctoral Fellow in Astroparticle physics with the PICO experiment University of Alberta
Associate Professor - Cosmology University of Toronto
Assistant Professor, Space Plasma Science AI/ML University of Alberta
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Theoretical Gravitational and Quantum Physics University of Alberta