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  5. A physics major would qualify you to enter a masters in astronomy program, but not computer science or math. Astronomy is mostly ...

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  6. There really aren't any jobs in astronomy if you don't have a PhD in the subject, and that's 8-11 years...

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  8. Introductory astronomy only requires you know algebra and a little bit of trig. More ...

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  10. ... the hiring. In my school district, astronomy courses weren't even offered. You... have four options: 1. I can teach astronomy (at the high school level) 2. I can teach physics...

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