Saint Mary's University's Burke-Gaffney Observatory is¬†the world's first¬†fully-automatic Twitter-controlled observatory.
The Deep Sky Eye Observatory, located in North America's first Starlight Tourist Destination, is operated by Tim Doucette in Quinan, NS.¬†
The Abbey Ridge Observatory (ARO), built in 2003,¬†is¬†the world's second¬†fully-automatic Twitter-controlled observatory located in Stillwater Lake, NS, Canada¬†and¬†is owned by Dave Lane.
The RASC Halifax Youtube Channel¬†provides access to numerous educational video resources and records of some of our activities.
Learn about the four supernovae discovered by Centre member Dave Lane, Paul Gray, (then 10 year old) Kathryn Aurora Gray and Nathan Gray.
Michael Boschat's huge compendium of Astronomy Sites.
The Canada-Wide Astronomy Buy & Sell¬†is Canada's trading post for new and used telescopes & accessories. Site maintained by Paul Markov.
The Halifax Planetarium has a long history, dating from its establishment in 1955 at the old Nova Scotia Museum of Science on Spring Garden Road; ; it one of the oldest public planetariums in Canada. The Halifax Planetarium is now located in Dalhousie University's Sir James Dunn Science¬†Building. See map.¬†For information on the availability of public shows, please visit here.
The Discovery Centre¬†Dome Theatre¬†provides live presentations on astronomy themes.
The Minas Astronomy Group (MAG)¬†is¬†an informal group of amateur astronomers who meet in Avonport, NS on the 2nd¬†Saturday of each month (unless a holiday¬†weekend).
Astronomy Nova Scotia¬†provides a¬†listing of all astronomy-related events including special lectures, planetarium shows, and public observing events.
Saint Mary's University Department of Astronomy & Physics¬†offers undergraduate and graduate level astronomy & physics degrees.
Saint Mary's University Astronomy & Physics Society¬†is the society for astronomy and physics students at SMU.¬†
The New Brunswick Centre¬†meets on the 2nd or 3rd Saturday of the month in Moncton, St. John or Fredericton.
Astronomers Without Borders (AWB) brings the world together to share their¬†passion of astronomy and the wonders of the Universe. AWB¬†is dedicated to fostering understanding and goodwill across national and cultural boundaries by creating relationships through the universal appeal of astronomy.