Full Moon Night Sky

Super-sized moon viewing in May’s evening sky

This month’s full moon called the Flower Moon on Saturday (May 5) will be bigger and brighter than usual. It will be the largest full moon for all of 2012.

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Aurora Borealis in Southern Ontario near Milton, Toronto, GTA

Shutterbug: Aurora borealis spotted in Milton

Normally only visible in northern parts of the country, many residents of Southern Ontario were treated to a spectacular light show Monday night, when the northern lights were

uars crashing to earth

Space junk to hit Earth on Friday – but where?

Skywatchers may be craning their necks this Thursday or Friday, trying to catch a glimpse of a dead NASA satellite which is expected to return to earth, creating

Streaking bright lights spotted across Ontario

What's that in the sky? A bird? A Plane? Actually, it could've been a meteorite. Residents from Chatham, the GTA, Stratford, Cobourg and Kingston are claiming they saw something streaking

Ikea website quotes $1 billion to ship couch to Iqaluit

Nothing comes cheap in Canada’s northernmost territory. In Nunavut, orange juice can go for $14. Christmas turkeys for $200. An Ikea couch for $1,000,000,000. Wait. What? That was precisely Jordan Grenke's

Real-life ghostbusters probe paranormal

Real-life ghostbusters investigate paranormal phenomena and lead tours of spooky spots I don't see dead people – but that's not for lack of trying. As a child, inspired by Ghostbusters

English woman develops French accent

English woman develops French-sounding accent

In a strange occurance – reminiscent of the character Sun in this past season of ABC's Lost – a woman from England has seemingly developed a French-sounding (or

Man thought to be in coma was conscious for 23 years

Brussels, Belgium -- For 23 torturous years, Rom Houben says he lay trapped in his paralyzed body, aware of what was going on around him but unable to

Carrier pigeon faster than broadband internet

From PhysOrg.com: The race was held by an IT company in Durban, South Africa, called Unlimited IT. One of Unlimited IT's employees complained about the slow speed of data transmission on

Where are the wild things?

From the Toronto Star: Cougar sightings are legion in Ontario yet one hasn't been captured since 1884. There's more to this story than an elusive cat The animal bolted across

Colorado State Patrol Officer Encountered UFO and “Human” Stranger

From Earthfiles.com by Linda Moulton Howe: Albuquerque, New Mexico -- As a professional journalist, I know that the men and women who work in police departments and sheriff’s offices

Pirates thwarted by MP3 sonic blast

From PhysOrg.com: Gone are the swashbuckling days of repelling pirates with cutlasses -- a British firm is spearheading use of a high-tech "sonic laser" to beat bandits on the

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