No stars in the sky this year
Kindergarten students from Jardin-des-Frontières school did not get the chance to peak at the sky, last Friday, through the telescope of Bruno Castonguay as the weather was blocking even the moon from sight. Yet melting marshmallows on a roasting fire is the closest experimentation of what the sun is: too close, they burn with a charcoal crust; too far, they remain cold. In a way, this could have been the best science project of the year. Mr. Castonguay, who chronicles the sky for us at the Stanstead Journal, was hosting the event for the second year.