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What is astronomy?

Astronomy is the study of the universe with particularreference to celestial bodies. The planets, the moons, the sun andother stars, galaxies, etc. all fall under astronomy. (MORE)
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When did astronomy begin?

People have been looking at the stars since the stone age. The ancient Greeks, like Ptolemy, were the first to really organize it.
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Astronomy about you?

Astronomy is about looking at the night skies to see stars, planets, meteors, comets and other phenomenons. It is not to be confused with astrology which is about trying to pr (MORE)
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Who is an astronomy?

An 'astronomer' is someone who practices astronomy, ie. the study of celestial bodies (stars, planets, galaxies etc.) either on a professional level or as a hobby.
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What do you do with astronomy?

Study stars. Not only! Astronomy deals with the study of celestial objects (such as stars, planets, comets, nebulae, star clusters and galaxies). It is concerned with the (MORE)
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What is an astronomy equinox?

An equinox occurs twice a year when the Sun is exactly abovethe equator and the day/night are of equal length. Also, either ofthe two points in the sky where the ecliptic (T (MORE)
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What is phenomena in astronomy?

Phenomena is the plural of phenomenon. A phenomenon is something that can be observed.\n Phenomena is the plural of phenomenon. A phenomenon is something that can be observed (MORE)
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What schooling do you have to do to be in astronomy?

In order to be any good at it and make a living at it, you have to take all the Math and Science you can get ahold of, graduate from a high school academic program, then s (MORE)
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Astronomy-what is a gibbous?

Gibbous is the name of two phases of the Moon. Waxing Gibbous, forwhen the Moon is turning from New to Full, and Waning Gibbous whenthe Moon is turning from Full to New. It re (MORE)