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  • Interview With An Astronomer: Gregory Rudnick www.noao.edu

    I’ve wanted to be a scientist almost as long as I can remember but my first real exposure to astronomy was in my sophomore year of high school when I took a Saturday morning class at the Adler Planetarium in Chicago. From then on I knew that I loved astronomy.

  • The General Characteristics Of An Astronomer's Job everydaylife.globalpost.com

    Astronomers study celestial phenomena, including the deaths of stars, the lives of planets and the formation of galaxies.

  • A Day In The Life Of An Astronomer theboar.org

    I sat down with three academics from Warwick’s Astronomy and Astrophysics Group to find out what really goes on behind the scenes.

  • Careers In Astronomy: What Am I Doing With My Life?? astrobites.org

    Going to graduate school is a large commitment, and making the decision to do so can be a stressful process. In astronomy, in particular, I have encountered numerous students plagued by a series of ‘what ifs’, all of which seem to stem from a basic misconception about what going to astronomy graduate school actually means for your future.

  • Careers In Astronomy www.utm.utoronto.ca

    There are many different career options available for Astronomy graduates. Below is a sample of types of positions that are available to Astronomy graduates. Note: This is not an exhaustive list as there are many other careers available. Many positions require additional education or experience.

  • Being An Astronomer www.noao.edu

    Astronomy is the only science in which you cannot perform experiments directly ; you can’t weigh, touch or smell your subject matter… You can only observe the radiation ( visible light, radio, infra-red) which comes to earth.