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How Did the Universe Begin?

Professor Barth Netterfield’s lifelong journey into faith, physics and astronomy

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The 10 Best Places at U of T to Steal a Kiss with Your Sweetheart

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When Time Began

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With the discovery of hundreds of worlds around other stars, will we find that Earth is not alone in bearing life?

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Planetary Mysteries

Discoveries of new planets outside our solar system are forcing astronomers to rethink theories of how planets form

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The World’s Largest Telescope

As scientists prepare the next-generation space telescope, University of Toronto astronomers are pushing for an even larger ground-based scope

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To Boldly Go

U of T’s Dunlap Institute will step up the search for worlds beyond our solar system

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A Blast into the Universe’s Past

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In the early 1970s, black holes were just a topic for scientific speculation. Then astrophysist Tom Bolton began pondering the matter

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The 10 Best Places at U of T to Steal a Kiss with Your Sweetheart

Woo your Valentine with a romantic vista or a secluded paradise… all without leaving campus!

recent post image

To Boldly Go

U of T’s Dunlap Institute will step up the search for worlds beyond our solar system

recent post image

The World’s Largest Telescope

As scientists prepare the next-generation space telescope, University of Toronto astronomers are pushing for an even larger ground-based scope

recent post image

Planetary Mysteries

Discoveries of new planets outside our solar system are forcing astronomers to rethink theories of how planets form

recent post image

Ghost Worlds

The search for other Earths

recent post image

Planet Hunters

With the discovery of hundreds of worlds around other stars, will we find that Earth is not alone in bearing life?

recent post image

The Proof Is Out There

In the early 1970s, black holes were just a topic for scientific speculation. Then astrophysist Tom Bolton began pondering the matter

recent post image

Astronomy’s Answer Man

A U of T grad student has created a website where anyone can pose burning questions about astronomy – and receive an expert reply

recent post image

A Blast into the Universe’s Past

Astronomy prof Barth Netterfield stars in new documentary about a high-flying telescope

recent post image

String Theory

U of T’s yo-yo master finds the secret to unwinding

recent post image

Life on Earth, Mars and Beyond

The inaugural Toronto Science Festival, hosted by U of T, will feature leading scientists addressing fundamental questions about human existence

recent post image

When Time Began

A new telescope may shed light on the universe’s first moments

recent post image

How Did the Universe Begin?

Professor Barth Netterfield’s lifelong journey into faith, physics and astronomy

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