Past Events

Astronomy on Tap T.O.

The Great Hall
1087 Queen Street West
Toronto

November 09, 2018

Door Open at 7:00pm, Event starts at 8:00pm

Quench your thirst for astronomy at the next Astronomy on Tap T.O. On Friday, November 9th at The Great Hall! It’ll be another fun evening of pints, astronomy news, mind-expanding talks, games, prizes, and Dunlap merchandise for sale! There’s no cover charge. Doors are at 7:00pm...

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March 21, 2018

Don’t miss another U of T public astronomy event. Subscribe to the Dunlap Institute’s monthly e-newsletter today! The e-newsletter is called Event Horizon and it tells you about all the upcoming talks, telescope viewings, planetarium shows and special events like Astronomy on Tap T.O. organized...

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Astronomy on Tap T.O.

The Great Hall
1087 Queen Street West
Toronto

February 09, 2018

Door Open at 7:00pm, Event starts at 8:00pm

Quench your thirst for astronomy at the next Astronomy on Tap T.O. On Friday, February 9th at The Great Hall! It’ll be another fun evening of pints, astronomy news, mind-expanding talks, games, prizes, and Dunlap merchandise for sale! There’s no cover charge. Doors are at 7:00pm...

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Astronomy on Tap T.O.

The Great Hall
1087 Queen Street West
Toronto

November 10, 2017

Quench your thirst for astronomy at the next Astronomy on Tap T.O. On Friday, November 10th at The Great Hall! It’ll be another fun evening of pints, astronomy news, mind-expanding talks, games, prizes, and Dunlap merchandise for sale! There’s no cover charge. Doors are at 7:00pm...

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Dark Matter Day

Earth Sceinces Buildiung, Room 1050, University of Toronto
5 Bancroft Avenue
Toronto, ON

October 23, 2017

Event time: 8:00pm

Dark matter is puzzling. We can’t see or touch it, but we believe it makes up about 85% of the matter in the Universe. Canadian astronomers are at the forefront of the search for the true nature of this elusive substance. Join us on Monday,...

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Solar Eclipse at the CNE

Canadian National Exhibition

August 21, 2017

10:00am - 5:00pm

Join us on August 21 at the Canadian National Exhibition to view a partial solar eclipse. Get a free pair of eclipse glasses to let you view the eclipse safely and see the Sun through our solar telescopes. Meet University of Toronto astronomers to learn...

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Planetarium Show: The Underdogs of the Solar System: Moons, Asteroids, Comets, and Other Small Rocky Objects

Planetarium
50 St. George Street
Toronto

July 28, 2017

Showtimes: 7:00pm, 8:00pm, and 9:00pm

Often, when one thinks of the solar system, only the planets and the Sun come to mind. But what about all the other stuff? There are millions of asteroids in the asteroid belt, tens of millions of objects in the Kuiper belt, and probably trillions...

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Astronomy on Tap T.O.

The Great Hall
1087 Queen Street West
Toronto

July 14, 2017

Quench your thirst for astronomy at the next Astronomy on Tap T.O. On Friday, July 14th, at The Great Hall! It’ll be another fun evening of pints, astronomy news, mind-expanding talks, games, prizes, and Dunlap merchandise for sale! There’s no cover charge. Doors are at 7:00pm...

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Planetarium Show: The Underdogs of the Solar System: Moons, Asteroids, Comets, and Other Small Rocky Objects

Planetarium
50 St. George Street
Toronto

July 07, 2017

Showtimes: 7:00pm, 8:00pm, and 9:00pm

Often, when one thinks of the solar system, only the planets and the Sun come to mind. But what about all the other stuff? There are millions of asteroids in the asteroid belt, tens of millions of objects in the Kuiper belt, and probably trillions...

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Planetarium Show: The Underdogs of the Solar System: Moons, Asteroids, Comets, and Other Small Rocky Objects

Planetarium
50 St. George Street
Toronto

June 30, 2017

Showtimes: 7:00pm, 8:00pm, and 9:00pm

Often, when one thinks of the solar system, only the planets and the Sun come to mind. But what about all the other stuff? There are millions of asteroids in the asteroid belt, tens of millions of objects in the Kuiper belt, and probably trillions...

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