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Want to help name a moon? You could name 5 of Jupiter's
Last July, astronomers announced they'd found a treasure trove of 12 new moons around Jupiter. Now they're inviting the public to help name five of them.
Japanese spacecraft touches down on asteroid
A Japanese spacecraft has touched down on a distant asteroid on a mission to collect material that could provide clues to the origin of the solar system.
'Canaries in the coal mine': Skiers speak up on climate change to save winter sports
Winter sports may be the latest casualty of climate change, as advocates say winters are getting shorter, and certain sports are becoming less viable. We talk to two skiers about what's being done to save the snow.
Aging fleet forcing Canadian researchers to hitch rides to North Atlantic
A new report reflects disenchantment among academia, government and industry, who told the consultants the situation was "beyond absurd," "extremely frustrating" and "dysfunctional and inefficient."
Scientists reveal Neptune's tiny new moon, Hippocamp
Hold the salt: Experts concerned about runoff into Lake Ontario after storm
Tortoise thought to be extinct appears in Galapagos Islands
As It Happens
In 1975, this scientist warned us that global warming 'could be terribly important'