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The first day of the rest of their lives.

Yesterday we started using the computers in Astronomy. Aside from some small issues, things whent very well. I would say that…
Computers in astronomy research project?...

Computers are used every day in astronomy. Some of the applications – running remote telescopes (you can run some small robotic telescopes in remote locations,

What are some jobs dealing with computers that pay k & up?...

Look into Computer software engineering. Engineering is the highest paying field that can be attained after just 4 years. This job would be alot like a progra

How long does it take to get a degree in computer programming and astronomy/physics?...

A university degree normally takes four years, unless you have to take some remedial coursework.A bachelors degree is 4 years, no matter what major you pick. N

Im 15 and interested in a career with computers and software as well as astronomy and math?...

ok i was asking this SAME question two days ago.

DO NOT do paid surveys, they are all nonsense. ;]

all you need is a little bit of spare time, just go to thi

What kind of jobs are best for me?...

Foreign Affairs Politician, Specialist Soldier or Cryptic Analyst.Your skills fit in multinational corporations.

Consider position such as trainer in field of

Good Proffesion that doesnt require 8 years of college?...

Computer Science
Forensic Science
BS in Engineering
etc.

Honestly, you can do many things with just a BS.Any research field – from astronomer to engineer to cu

Launchpad 2009: Ruben Gamboa on Computers in Astronomy



A Launchpad 2009 lecture by Ruben Gamboa of the University of Wyoming on the subject of Computers in Astronomy.

Astronomy software for computers and phones



Check out how easy it is to investigate the universe with free and affordable software… as shown from my PCMike tech blog www.pcmike.com and my NBC-TV PCMike segment

The Greek Antikythera Mechanism



The Antikythera mechanism, is an ancient mechanical calculator (also described as the first known mechanical computer) designed to calculate astronomical positions. It was recovered in 190001 from the

Corrected Lintel Inside (500px version)

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Kelle in charge

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Astronomy attempt No. 2

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Information Handling in Astronomy (Astrophysics and Space Science Library Volume 250)

This book offers a unique review of how astronomical information is handled, made available and tuned to various audiences, including education and

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