|Location(s)||Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada|
|Wavelength||0.65 cm (46 GHz)–1.2 cm (25 GHz)|
|Telescope style||cosmic microwave background experiment|
Saskatoon was an experiment to measure the anisotropy (directional dependence) of the cosmic microwave background at angular scales of 60 < l < 360. It was named for Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, where the experiment took place, and occurred in the winters of 1993 to 1995.