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As the Universe cooled, matter became more complex
Collection: Canada Under the Stars - The Universe
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
Government Science in Canada
Collection: Athena’s Heirs: The History of Science and Technology in Canada
Creator: CHIN
The Dominion Observatory and The Mont-Mégantic Observatory
Collection: Observatories
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
The human eye is an extraordinary organ. The transit and the sextant were the first astronomical instruments.
Collection: Instruments for Astronomy
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
For us, light is an extraordinary phenomenon that illuminates our world and makes it visible.
Collection: Canada Under the Stars - Light
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
A compact coal-fired, cast iron hot water heater from the 1940s
Collection: 'Warming Up' Collection of space heating artefacts, 1920s to the 1960s
Creator: HVACR Heritage Centre Canada
Concentrating light by refraction through lenses
Collection: Instruments for Astronomy
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
In 1801, the physicist Thomas Young clearly demonstrated that light travels as a wave, much like the succession of crests and troughs along the surface of water.
Collection: Canada Under the Stars - Light
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
The first astronomical observatory in North America was Canadian.
Collection: Observatories
Creator: RCIP-CHIN
The discovery of the Burgess Shale fossils near the end of the nineteenth century is a direct result of Canada’s western expansion through its railroad project.
Collection: The Burgess Shale: historic and scientific explorations
Creator: Royal Ontario Museum
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