How Can a 7th Grader Explore Astrophysics, Dark Matter, and Black Holes?

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In summary, a 7th grader interested in exploring astrophysics, dark matter, and black holes can start by learning the basics of astronomy and physics. They can then dive deeper into these topics by reading books, attending lectures or workshops, and participating in online courses or summer programs. It is also helpful for them to join a science club or work with a mentor who can guide them in conducting experiments and analyzing data. Additionally, they can visit observatories or planetariums to observe the night sky and gain hands-on experience. By actively engaging in these activities, a 7th grader can develop a strong foundation in astrophysics and gain a better understanding of the mysteries of dark matter and black holes.
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I'm a 7th grade who is really interested in astrophysics I love studying about dark matter and black holes
 
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