Who Knows What's Out There
An astronomer is an individual who studies the universe primarily using telescopes. Astronomers rely on both observations of celestial objects, including planets, stars, and galaxies, and physical theories to better understand how these objects formed and work.
How to become an astronmer
However, if you do want to become anastronomer, then you will probably need a degree in either Astronomyitself or Physics. Since astronomycontains a lot of physics, many universities now offer degrees in Astrophysics, which combine Physics and Astronomy.Astronomers do not need a license for their profession and in fact, no such credential exists. What they do require is the correct education, which starts with a bachelor’s degree in physics or astronomy.
The reason I chose Harvard University is because is in the top 15 astronomy universities in the U.S.The total 2015-2016 cost of attending Harvard College without financial aid is$45,278 for tuition and $60,659 for tuition, room, board and fees combined.