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## Main Question or Discussion Point

My first post to this forum and its with some thing to do with the career.

I will be a BSc Graduate this year with major in physics.(In India)

I am very much interested in the physics of "Asteroids, meteors, comets".

I want to know what should I be getting into to later be in a position to expand my interest as a career.In other words from where and what degree should I look upto.

Plus I would also like to know what is a BSc student majored in physics expected to know?

The subjects like solid state physics, electronics are not much of my favorites.

Considering the rest of the topics E and M , thermodynamics ,QM, and classical mechanics and also mathematical applications of physics , what text should I be using for these.

Am kind of weak in mathematics.

I have been reading the Feynman lectures,DJ griffiths for ED,bieser and Robert resnick for QM and for classical mechanics i refer to multiple books.

And also how much is the study of "non linear dynamics" helpful for a research in asteroids,comets etc.

I really apologize if I posted it in the wrong thread and also for my bad english.

Thanks in advance.

(mods please remove the same post from the "zappers" thread)

I will be a BSc Graduate this year with major in physics.(In India)

I am very much interested in the physics of "Asteroids, meteors, comets".

I want to know what should I be getting into to later be in a position to expand my interest as a career.In other words from where and what degree should I look upto.

Plus I would also like to know what is a BSc student majored in physics expected to know?

The subjects like solid state physics, electronics are not much of my favorites.

Considering the rest of the topics E and M , thermodynamics ,QM, and classical mechanics and also mathematical applications of physics , what text should I be using for these.

Am kind of weak in mathematics.

I have been reading the Feynman lectures,DJ griffiths for ED,bieser and Robert resnick for QM and for classical mechanics i refer to multiple books.

And also how much is the study of "non linear dynamics" helpful for a research in asteroids,comets etc.

I really apologize if I posted it in the wrong thread and also for my bad english.

Thanks in advance.

(mods please remove the same post from the "zappers" thread)