Astronomer

"Studying unknown space" By Brock Steffens 3rd hour

Astronomers

Basic information about Astronomers

• Astronomers study outer space to find scientific answers

• They study light from stars

• Some determin size of orbits, planets, moons and comets

• They work 30-40 hours a week

• They occasionally travel for work

• They get payed $89,910 a year

• Astronomers study unknown objects found in space

• Astronomey is one of the oldest science fields

• They take pictures for nasa

• Astronomers usually work for colleges or institutions

Pros and cons for Astronomers

Pros

• They get payed $89,910 a year, that's good because that's a reasonable amount of money

• 30-40 hours a week, that's good because you will still have free time

• you only have to go to college for four years, you don't have to wast a lot of your life in college

Cons

• They sometimes have to travel for work, that can be bad because they might not be able to have a pet.

• They sometimes have to work night shifts, because you will be tired the next day

What do u need to do to succeed in this career

In high school you should take geomitry and chemistry,and in college You need to go to get a doctorate degree.

What colleges can you attend to earn a degree for Astronomey

Flordia Institute Of Technology

150 W University Blvd, Melbourne, FL 32901

http://www.fit.edu

Pros

• I can get an advanced degree for this career

• not a lot of money

• they have all the education I would need

Cons

• far away from home

• can't see my family as much


University Of Florida

Gainesville, Fl 23611

http://www.ufl.edu

Pros

• I can get sall the education I would need

• the text books are cheap

• short classes

Cons

• cost a lot of money

• far away from home

• can't see my family as much

• can't get an advanced degree for this career


Yale University

New Haven, CT 06520

http://www.yale.edu

Pros

• I can get an advanced degree for this career

• all the education I would need

Cons

• a lot of money

• far away from home

Professional organization for Astronomey

American Astronomical Society

2000 Flordia Ave, NW suite 300 Washington, DC 20009

(202)-328-2010

http://aas.org


Department of Physics and Astronomy

University, Mankato MN 56001

1-800-722-0544

http://cset.mnsu.edu/pa/orgs/

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