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Astronomy career academic guidance.

  1. Oct 16, 2011 #1
    Hey I'm 21 years old, I have been going to a community college for about a year and a half.. ofcourse this college is not difficult and I have close to a 4.0..

    Basically I've always have been fascinated with outer space, I'm wondering if anyone here can guide me on the degrees I would need to complete for astronomy, how many years generally, what type of workload would it be during the education, where do you generally work after this is all said and done etc... I've just had a dream so long to look and study space I wonder what I might be getting myself into. Your help is appreciated thank you.
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