- When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer - When I Heard the Learn'd Why astronomer prefer reflecting telescope as compare to An astronomer is a scientist who studies celestial bodies such as planets, stars, and galaxies. — “Astronomer - Reference”,
- Astronomer - from WN Network. WorldNews delivers latest Breaking news including World News, U.S., politics, business, entertainment, science, weather and sports news. Search News and archives in 44 languages. — “Astronomer”,
- Astronomer provides latest Astronmy World News from the most comprehensive global news network on the internet. News and ***ysis on space, universe, comets, meteors, asteroids, eclipses and more. Searchable news in 44 languages from WN Network. — “Astronomer”,
- A holiday gift guide for the beginning modern astronomer based on personal experiences and advice of other astronomers. Learn some basic gift ideas for your modern astronomer. Christopher Wren, English Architect, Astronomer and Mathematician. By Gary Wallace July 17, 2009. — “Astronomer - Topic - Associated Content from Yahoo!”,
- Astronomers - Astronomy glossary explains basic astronomical terms. — “Astronomers-Zoom Astronomy Glossary”,
- Astronomer - Salary - Get a free salary comparison based on job title, skills, experience and education. Accurate, reliable salary and compensation comparisons for United States. — “PayScale - Astronomer Salary, Average Salaries”,
- first person to observe Neptune, based on calculations by French mathematician, Urbain Le Verrier; however, Neptune's discovery is usually credited to Le Verrier and English astronomer, John Crouch Adams, who first predicted its position. Anders Ångström. 1814-1874. Swedish. — “Famous Astronomers and Astrophysicists”, cnr2.kent.edu
- An astronomer is someone who studies space. To perform astronomy, one needs some type of telescope, an ability to recognize celestial bodies and a night sky. In recent years, the use of computers in conjunction with telescopes has allowed astronomers to better view and catalogue data. — “Astronomer”,
- Astronomer. 27-Jul-1801. 2-Jan-1892. British Astronomer Royal. Giovanni Battista Amici 25-Mar-1786. 10-Apr-1863. Italian astronomer, microscopist. Anaxagoras. — “Occupation: Astronomer”,
- In Today's One Minute Astronomer 7 Ways To Sustain Your Interest an astronomer like you who will look back with his telescope on our own modest star as it. — “Latest Issue: One-Minute Astronomer”,
- Definition of astronomer from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of astronomer. Pronunciation of astronomer. Definition of the word astronomer. Origin of the word astronomer. — “astronomer - Definition of astronomer at ”,
- Definition of astronomer in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of astronomer. Pronunciation of astronomer. Translations of astronomer. astronomer synonyms, astronomer antonyms. Information about astronomer in the free online English dictionary and. — “astronomer - definition of astronomer by the Free Online”,
- An astronomer or astrophysicist is a scientist whose area of research is astronomy or astrophysics. Unlike most scientists, astronomers cannot directly interact with the celestial bodies,. — “Astronomer - Definition”,
- Brief and Straightforward Guide: What is an Astronomer? An astronomer is a person who studies, classifies, and describes the phenomena of the heavens. — “What is an Astronomer?”,
- Students from around the United States call the National Optical Astronomy Observatories with questions about what it is like to be an astronomer. The majority of astronomers hold teaching positions at colleges and universities, combining teaching and research. — “Frequently Asked Questions About Being an Astronomer”, noao.edu
- An astronomer is a scientist who studies celestial bodies such as planets, stars, and galaxies. Professional astronomers are highly educated individuals who typically have a PhD in physics or astronomy and are employed by research institutions. — “Astronomer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
- When many people picture an astronomer at work, they think of someone huddling in a cold, dark observatory, squinting Luckily, this is one hardship astronomers no longer have to endure. — “Curious About Astronomy? Careers in Astronomy”, curious.astro.cornell.edu
- Yahoo! reviewed these sites and found them related to Astronomy > Astronomers. — “Astronomers < Astronomy in the Yahoo! Directory”,
- astronomer n. One who specializes in astronomy. An astronomer is a scientist who studies celestial bodies such as planets, stars, and galaxies. — “astronomer: Definition from ”,
- Astronomer is using Twitter. Twitter is a free service that lets you keep in touch with Astronomer. RT @newscientist Forget the LHC. Black holes are the ultimate particle smashers http://bit.ly/ydVFA #astronomy #physics #blackholes 3:37 AM Sep 11th from web. — “Anthony Rushton (Astronomer) on Twitter”,
- Amateur astronomers can play an active role in astronomy. The invention of telescopes evolved astronomy into a modern science Astronomer Brian Marsden, a comet and asteroid tracker, was once called "a cheery herald of fear" by the New York Times. — “Astronomy”,
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