Biography of Galileo Galilei
Galileo Galilei of Italy, was the first scientist to use the telescope and was also the first to discover four of Jupiter's moons. He strongly opposed Aristotle's theory of celestial objects revolving around the earth, instead he...
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List of Famous Astronomers
Learn about some of the most famous astronomers, who have greatly contributed to the field of astronomy.
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William and Caroline Herschel - An Unusual Pair of Astronomers
Some of the greatest discoveries in astronomy have been made by amateur or self taught astronomers. Two of the most important were William and Caroline Herschel.
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Facts About Maria Mitchell - The First American Woman Astronomer
Fact about Maria Mitchell
Maria Mitchell was the first American woman astronomer to taste instantaneous success when she charted the orbit of a new comet. This Buzzle post gives facts about her family, education, the first comet she discovered, and her...
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Tycho Brahe, Colorful Character and Extraordinary Astronomer
With his red hair, blue eyes, and gold nose, Tycho Brahe was certainly a colorful character. Yet he was also a humorous, dedicated, hardworking, and accomplished astronomer.
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Timeline of Galileo's Inventions and Discoveries
Fact about thermoscope invented by Galileo
The world looked at the stars and the vast infinity of the cosmos, hoping to reach the heavens. One man decided to bring the heavens closer just by looking through his telescope. He was Galileo Galilei, a teacher and an inventor....
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Astronomer Salary
Many astronomers are employed by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Statistics indicate that their average salary in various institutions ranges between USD 90,000 to USD 130,000 annually.
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Astronomer Job Description
Astronomy is one of the most interesting fields to make a career in, and this can be justified when we go through the job description of an astronomer. Here's more...
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