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ASTRONOMY TO BECOME A ASTRONOMY,WHAT AII SUBJECTS ARE THERE.CAN U GIVE ME A LIST OF SUBJECT WHAT WE HAVE TO TAKE AFFTER COMPLETING 12CLASS OR IS THERE ANY EXAMINATION WE HAVE TO TAKE I SUPPOSE U WOULD SEND ME THE ANSWER AS SOON AS U CAN.I WOULD BE WAIT FOR THE ANSWER.

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You need to have skills in mathematics and computer sciences. Astronomy is a course provided at many colleges, and to become professional, requires a degree. The more education, the better, and one leader is Harvard. Others such as the University of Arizona, Cal Tech, and the University of Hawaii have top of the line courses.

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