Hi everyone, I'm currently in a MS program in Physics and I do astronomy research. I've always wanted to get a phd, but with the outlooks of actually getting an astronomy job... I've started to consider teaching. I'd like to teach both physics and astronomy (preferably astronomy). I understand that with a Masters degree in Physics I can teach astronomy. I have taken a few astro courses and feel like my knowledge is more than competent to teach the typical courses in a community college, but i want to know so much more! So: my question is. It is crazy/possible to get a masters degree in astronomy (after my phys degree) in order to learn more. A lot of people think the two degrees are too similar, and i probably wouldn't get into a masters in astro for this reason. :/ Would love any advice out there.