"The animations surprised and awed the students (especially the size comparison between celestial objects). It was also pertinent to click on a planet and have a zoom in to contemplate details of it."
Pensionnat Saint-Nom-de-marie, Outremont, QC
"Very interesting and knowledgeable. All of my questions were answered with enthusiasm. My English was well welcomed too. The etelescope was great and
a beautiful view of the sky. Thanks!"
Brittany King, Calgary, Alberta
Science workshops for the primary and secondary school and a museum about astronomy with a telescope for celestial observations.
You're passionate about the stars and the Universe. You would like to discover its secrets and have fun doing it. This is what ASTER offers you! Scientific workshops at your school or a visit at our observatory where you can observe the starry sky with a big telescope.
ASTER is an organism that interprets science which offers scientific workshops at the schools all over Quebec, from pre-school to high school level. It is also a museum about astronomical discoveries through time here in the Lower St-Lawrence region. With our 16 inches telescope and solar scope, observes celestial objects like the planets, moon, stars and more.
Come and visit our new 2014 exhibit Head for the stars! All that is missing is you!
2 vidéos d'entretiens réalisés avec l'océanographe Louis Fortier et l'environnementaliste Steven Guilbeault sont aussi disponibles et expliquent certaines conséquences de ce réchauffement sur notre planète et même sur notre vie quotidienne à court terme. Vous pouvez consulter cet article en allant sur le lien suivant : http://ici.radio-canada.ca/nouvelles/International/2014/07/22/001-record-chaleur-deuxieme-mois-juin.shtml