Astronomy Topics 2014

Astronomy Topics


I have to do a project in Astronomy. The course project is quite open-ended, but ought to relate one thing you are passionate about to astronomy. My teacher mentioned that students have in the past submitted films they developed, written one particular act plays with the planets as anthropomorphic characters, written lesson plans for kindergarten classes, written position papers about colonizing other planets, and created films with sock puppets. Fairly significantly something goes.

Can you are going to post some subject suggestions?
Thanks

Answer by Dogstar
How are we supposed to know what you are passionate about?

Answer by meanolmaw
suppose and draw and model what alien life may possibly be like on the other planets…. like Sagan’s floating gas bags in the atmosphere of a gas planet…..and so forth….

Answer by david_bowman_sc
The possibilities for your project seem to be extremely broad. Considering that astronomy is nearly always an elective course in higher school and college, you have to have had something that sparked your signing up for the class. Unless it was a girl, pick that spark as your beginning point. If it was a girl, you can usually relate the skies to romance via the millennia.

The other way is to just grab a bunch of astronomy books and flip through them, seeking for tips. Some thing will jump off the pages at you. Tie astronomy to some other, non-astronomical, aspect of life, society or culture.

Astronomy Topics
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