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Good Books for Astronomy Olympiad

  1. Feb 24, 2013 #1
    I am a high school student starting grade 11 . I am preparing for physics olympiad and i have a solid knowledge of theory upto the level of RESNICK HALLIDAY . I leant Calculus,Analytic Geometry,Trigonometry,Differential eqns and Higher algebra .
    So i am preparing to go for Astronomy Olympiad as well. What are the books i should refer for theory and problems in Astronomy.
     
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  3. Mar 13, 2013 #2
    Most of countries where Astronomy is not in High School Syllabus don't ask Astronomy Problems in their Pre-olympiad tests. If Astronomy is in your high School syllabus then ask your teacher about Resources. As a book Universe by Roger Freedman is good for Astronomy.but Astronomy is not learned through books especially for Olympiads where Observation & Experimantation is essentially Required.
     
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