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What classes are required to become an astronomer?


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2007-09-16 17:14:39
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A variety of Astronomy classes and labs, naturally. Higher level math and physics classes are also a good idea, as well as some classes in other sciences such as chemistry and geology. Different schools have slightly varrying requirements, so it is difficult to give a more specific answer.


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