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modify delete 38235 - from Vidal antonio 95 , 15 yrs (Colombia) - 2020-09-29
Astronomer - "Penpal"

Hello, how are you? My name is Vidal, it was to tell you that if we could speak for a penpal it is for my English classes to see if you can help me get my class grade


modify delete 37872 - from Stevie201 , 10 yrs (Canada) - 2020-05-17
Astronomer - "hi"

hi guys


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modify delete 38008 - Reply from Berry226 , 12 yrs (USA) - 2020-07-10

Hey!

modify delete 37386 - from Alexandre43214 , 13 yrs (France) - 2020-03-13
Astronomer - "mon métier astronome"

Que pensez-vous sur l'évolution du métier dans les années à venir ?

A mon avis, je pense que ça nous aidera pour les voyages interplanétaire, à la découvertes de nouvelle planète comme mars et pour les voyage en vitesse lumière.


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modify delete 37491 - Reply from NP17 (France) - 2020-03-19

C'est sûr qu'avant d'envisager de s'installer sur une autre planète, il faut l'étudier, donc il faut l'observer. Les meilleurs observatoires sur Terre possèdent évidemment les plus grand télescopes. L'atmosphère présente sur Terre déforme l'image (diffraction), mais aujourd'hui, l'électronique corrige bien l'image. Mais l'idéal reste l'espace, loin de toute pollution atmosphérique et lumineuse. Donc, le télescope idéal se situe soit en orbite autour de la Terre, soit sur la Lune (un des rares astres qui ne possède aucune atmosphère). Mais je te rassure, pas besoin d'être sur place ! ces gros engins peuvent être pilotés à distance. Donc un astronome n'est pas un astronaute, mais plutôt un astro-physicien ultra-passionné par les insondables mystères de l'univers...

Je précise qu'un astro-physicien est un chercheur qui possède un doctorat (Bac +8). Sinon, tu peux aussi être un astronome amateur, et là, aucun diplôme n'est requis.

modify delete 37382 - from Alexandre43214 , 13 yrs (France) - 2020-03-13
Astronomer - "mon métier astronome"

A votre avis quel sont les qualités qu'il faut avoir pour exercé le métier d'astronome ?

A mon avis, il faut avoir un minimum de logique dans ses propos et connaître les bases de l'astronomie


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modify delete 37492 - Reply from NP17 (France) - 2020-03-19

Les bases de l'astronomie, oui évidemment, mais si tu entends par là localiser et reconnaitre les différentes constellations dans le ciel, les télescopes d'aujourd'hui font la recherche à ta place (pour peu qu'ils soient correctement installés), grâce au système GOTO. Tu lui demandes une planète ou une galaxie précise, et le télescope s'oriente automatiquement grâce à 2 petits moteurs.

La 1ere qualité, à mon avis, de ressentir en soi la passion sans limite. Ensuite, je dirais : patience (attendre que le ciel se dégage), persévérance (1000 tentatives avant de parvenir à un résultat), intuition... Il faut aussi ne pas être frileux, car beaucoup d'observations se font en hiver, et ça se passe toujours à l'extérieur.

modify delete 37378 - from Alexandre43214 , 13 yrs (France) - 2020-03-13
Astronomer - "mon metier astronome"

A votre avis quels sont les aspect positif et négatif du métier d'astronome ?

Pour l'aspect positif, je pense que il faut connaître les bases de l'astronomie et avoir un minimum de logique et pour l'aspect négatif, je pense que il faut de bonne condition météorologique pour travailler.


modify delete 37298 - from Anabeth49 , 11 yrs (Korea) - 2020-02-19
Astronomer - "Hello!"

Hello, my name is Anabeth from South Korea.
I want to be astronomer and I like astronomy, science, and math too.
I bet you want to become astronomer!
Especially, I want to be astronomy professor in University.


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modify delete 37305 - Reply from angie163 , 20 yrs (USA) - 2020-02-22

Hello from an international student of Somerset Community College. Here I am studying for Bachelor of Administration. Obviously, Somerset Community College is the best university for international students. Here all students have the opportunity to study in a comfortable learning environmnet. Also, on Free-Apply you can find all information about Somerset Community College. I highly recommend it to you.

modify delete 33986 - from Victoria77 , 12 yrs (USA) - 2017-04-22
Astronomer - "Spy"

Hi, I have been trained,and I want to become a spy. I learned I am ready.





Thank you for your time,
Victoria O'Connell


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modify delete 36569 - Reply from salomé98 , 14 yrs (Reunion) - 2019-04-19

hello my name is salomé and i lived réunion island

modify delete 31266 - from alaa238 , 28 yrs (Iraq) - 2015-12-20
Astronomer - "hi"

Hello I am Alaa from Iraq, I want to identify the country and the exchange of information with you, are you interested in? And I'll tell you everything about Iraq and the history of Iraq wonderful.


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modify delete 36334 - Reply from Vikas37 (India) - 2019-01-09

I'm interested!!

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modify delete 32185 - Reply from junior66 , 13 yrs (Ivory Coast) - 2016-05-20

agree to exchange

modify delete 30665 - from Miriam26 , 14 yrs (Italy) - 2015-08-28
Astronomer - "Aspirant Astronomer is looking for help!"

There's such a marvellous world outside our little Earth! Astronomy interests me so much because it's full of mysteries and today we have technologies to help us, so the results are increasingly surprising! I'm most interested in stars and objects like black holes and neutron stars, but also in searching habitable planets. I've just bought a little telescope (Omegon refracting telescope 90/1000 EQ-2) but I haven't learned how to use it well yet. It's a bit difficult... At the moment I've seen only the Moon and the double stars Mizar and Alcor. Is there someone which could help me or just talk about Astronomy? Feel free to answer!


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modify delete 34495 - Reply from gayasha135 , 14 yrs (Sri Lanka) - 2017-07-21

I love astronomy very much.

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modify delete 34313 - Reply from Jen87 , 13 yrs (USA) - 2017-06-11

I love astronomy as well! The conundrums of space are so interesting and vast. There are a giant areas of unexplored topics that should be pursued. That's why I would like to become an astronomer when I'm older. C:

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modify delete 33181 - Reply from Sasha140 , 11 yrs (Great Britain) - 2016-11-27

Yeah, I love astronomy too.

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modify delete 32046 - Reply from Lea154 , 12 yrs (Germany) - 2016-04-24

I love Astronomie realy much too. Would anyone talk about?

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modify delete 31046 - Reply from piyumi134 , 14 yrs (Sri Lanka) - 2015-11-11

i am interest research planet .and i like know about more facts for planets and space.it is marvoulous.and my dream is it.i like fine plant habitat and alince

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modify delete 30957 - Reply from Sherin208 (USA) - 2015-10-28

Hey !
I love astronomy too. I love to learn about the constellations , galaxies, planets, exoplanets, black holes...
I would love to help you and learn things about astronomy from you too.

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modify delete 30755 - Reply from Daniella36 , 17 yrs (Philippines) - 2015-09-15

I would love to talk about astronomy with you! The universe interests me. I like how for us, the Earth is an already big place that can't be travel around within a day, but then there's Jupiter, Saturn, and other planets bigger than ours that's so far away... And gosh! The universe is fascinating alright.

modify delete 28585 - from Lucas220 , 17 yrs (Brazil) - 2015-04-27
Astronomer - "Nemesis Theory"

does anyone know about Nemesis theory ?


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modify delete 38467 - Reply from Emily239 , 16 yrs (France) - 2020-11-07

I've heard about it... I wonder if it's possible

modify delete 27413 - from Ethan172 , 11 yrs (USA) - 2014-11-18
Astronomer - "researching"

If there is one thing I love about being an astronomer, its researching extraterrestrials. I can't be the only one, I mean, PHOENIX LIGHTS!


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modify delete 34314 - Reply from Jen87 , 13 yrs (USA) - 2017-06-11

Definitely! That's one of the main reasons i pursue astronomy!

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modify delete 32186 - Reply from junior66 (Ivory Coast) - 2016-05-20

yes i want

modify delete 26501 - from Ines162 , 18 yrs (France) - 2014-06-10
Astronomer - "My life is about to begin"

I have always loved astronomy, since i was 4years old I knew i wanted to work as an astronome. I have never give up my dream and in September i'll enter an engineering school in aerospatial, then i'll work as hard as i can to become an Astromer (or maybe an astrophysicien, i'll see). So if you wanna talk, don't hesitate. :)

See ya !
Ines


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modify delete 31174 - Reply from Erlina79 , 17 yrs (Indonesia) - 2015-12-02

Hi! I very interested everything about Astronomy, like galaxy, star, planets, Black hole etc. But I'm not good in physics. Would you learn me about astronomy or we can share everything about astronomy.

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modify delete 26927 - Reply from sijia139 (China) - 2014-08-25

I love sky.I love the planets.I'm interested in watching planets.

modify delete 26405 - from Indrachapa245 , 13 yrs (Sri Lanka) - 2014-05-25
Astronomer - "My world of Astronomy"

Hey! I'm Indrachapa. 13 years old teenager from Sri Lanka. I'm interested in astronomy and my dream is to be an astronomy. Do you know the address of NASA? I want to write a letter to them. Please..... If you know, reply to this message.


modify delete 26064 - from gy221 (Australia) - 2014-03-30
Astronomer - "Astronomer"

An astronomer would be awesome


modify delete 22395 - from Jenna156 (Finland) - 2013-10-30
Astronomer - "Astronomy"

Hello! I am 14 yr. old girl from Finland. I love to watch stars at night, I know alot of space. I haven't seen yet any nebula, but soon I will because Ii'm going to get a telescope. I would like to talk with someone about science.


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modify delete 28584 - Reply from Lucas220 , 17 yrs (Brazil) - 2015-04-27

what do you wanna talk about ?

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modify delete 26105 - Reply from Rohan163 , 20 yrs (India) - 2014-04-08

I am dreaming to live in 0 gravity.

modify delete 21733 - from Indrachapa245 , 12 yrs (Sri Lanka) - 2013-08-05
Astronomer - "Three,Two,One, OFF TO MARS!!!!!"

I want a girl only. 12yrs girl for my penpal who likes astronomy. I usually observe the sky at night and I can recognize many stars such as Orion, Canis major, Taures, Pleiades, Ursa minor, Leo, Scorpiau, Libra. I also have seen venus at many times. I usually send letters to NASA and get lot of information. I like to share it with you!! Please e-mail me to www.mediwaka@gmail.com or SOTW mail me to 940909. Bye!!!


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modify delete 32295 - Reply from Sara Rizwan228 , 14 yrs (Sri Lanka) - 2016-06-09

Dear friend, me too interested in astronomy a lot. And my ambition is to be an Astronaut. So if you are sending letter to NASA frequently could you please provide me with the email address as well as the snail mail too. And can I know that did you get any reply from them? What is your ambition? Please if u wish u can send me through my email

modify delete 21180 - from Awradh245 , 13 yrs (Sri Lanka) - 2013-05-24
Astronomer - "I love Astronomy ......"

Hai I am Awradh!! i am 13 years old!! but i know much about the space!!
and i used to watch latest news about the Space!! really i am very interested to study about the Universe, Space,Stars,Planets.,, Comets,And the other celestial bodies. My hobby too is that!!!!! my ambition is to be a astronomist>>>>>


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modify delete 26585 - Reply from Jasmine104 , 16 yrs (USA) - 2014-06-27

Hey my name is Jasmine. I would like to talk to you more about space. Feel free to message me for my email and we can chat:)

modify delete 20818 - from Alice76 (USA) - 2013-03-27
Astronomer - "Astronomer"

Astronomers are so cool!!!!!


modify delete 20311 - from Jenny98 , 14 yrs (Great Britain) - 2013-01-31
Astronomer - "May the F=MA be with u :P haha"

Hi I'm Jenny. I am a massive physics nerd. I want to be a physicist or astronomer. I love quantum physics, theoretical physics. Just physics. Brian cox, Stephen hawking and Patrick Moore are legends! To be honest all my friends find physics way too confusing and I really want someone to talk about science with!


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modify delete 26586 - Reply from Jasmine104 , 16 yrs (USA) - 2014-06-27

Hey!I am so happy I found this post. I love physics and would really enjoy having an intellectual conversation with someone about something I have a passion for. My friends are the same and I can relate to the struggle of having no one to talk to about science. Feel free to message me for my email and we can talk :)

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modify delete 21223 - Reply from Liza1 , 13 yrs (Russia) - 2013-05-30

Hello! My name is Liza. I'n 13 years old. I live in Moscow Region. I love physics very much but I don't want to be a physicist becouse I think it's very difficult.
I'd lika to improve my english. Can yoy help me with it? My e-mail is lizastar 42@gmail.com

modify delete 18976 - from Diletta7 , 14 yrs (Italy) - 2012-10-08
Astronomer - "Astronomy :)"

Who Believes in The Strings Theory as me ? :D


modify delete 18553 - from avindie134 , 15 yrs (Sri Lanka) - 2012-09-16
Astronomer - "beginning of the universe"

is the big bang theory the cause for the beginning of the universe??
how has the planets formed??how has the universe originated??


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modify delete 26221 - Reply from Sanduni134 , 17 yrs (Sri Lanka) - 2014-04-24

Hi,
I am a amateur astronomer like you.My point of view relating to your topic is not to jump into conclusions saying big bang is what caused the formation of this universe.There are contradictions.

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modify delete 18642 - Reply from Deidranai54 , 17 yrs (USA) - 2012-09-23

Well no one is really sure of how the universe was actually created. Some believe in the big bang theory and some believe in the divine theory,which is the theory that god created universe and life here and where ever else. Some also belive that planets have formed by masses of gravity pulling pieces of debris together and somehow an atmosphere good enough to sustain life just appeared. Everyone's answer is an opinion so you can never be sure of what is correct amd what is not.

modify delete 16951 - from maelle32 , 13 yrs (France) - 2012-06-12
Astronomer - "yes!!!"

I'm sure! Aliens exist in another planet!Be my friend!


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modify delete 38009 - Reply from Berry226 , 12 yrs (USA) - 2020-07-10

It's always a possibility, and I do also believe there could be alien life in the Universe somewhere! :)

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modify delete 20126 - Reply from Erin86 , 13 yrs (USA) - 2013-01-14

their has almpost been proof of life on a moon of jupiters.

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modify delete 19417 - Reply from Justin61 , 15 yrs (USA) - 2012-11-10

Oh yes, I am going to be an astrobiologist one day. Life HAS to exist elsewhere. Possibly even in our own Solar System, in places like Mars, Europa, Titan, and Enceladus.

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modify delete 18278 - Reply from SACHAL186 , 12 yrs (Pakistan) - 2012-09-01

YES THEY DO EXIST IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE MY PEN PAL I SHALL SEND YOU SOME OF MY ALIEN REPORTS. ONE THING YOU SHOULD KNOW IS THAT THE SYMBOL OF LIFE IS OXYGEN AND SEARCH ON NET THAT THERE IS 22%HYDROGEN AND 42%OXYGEN ON MERCURY WHICH COMBINES TO BECOME WATER.SO THIS PROVES THERE IS LIFE ON MERCURY!!!!!!!

modify delete 16898 - from Arné243 , 13 yrs (South Africa) - 2012-06-09
Astronomer - "Astronomy"

How does a person determine when the moon is full or it's a half moon because I always see on calenders how it says full or half moon?

Kind regards
Arné


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modify delete 16909 - Reply from Casey112 , 15 yrs (USA) - 2012-06-10

Because of the patterns it follows in the sky, it's easy to tell how the sun is going to hit the moon at a certain time of day. Here's a diagram of how it works: http://www.moonphases.info/images/moon-phases-diagram.gif
Hope this helps
~Casey

modify delete 15529 - from Eve144 , 10 yrs (Great Britain) - 2012-04-06
Astronomer - "star trouble"

There is the pole star isn't there? Well... I am confused because some people say it is the north star!

Are they both the same?
Are there any zodiac signs connected to it?
A unsolved mystery?


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modify delete 19182 - Reply from sachal186 (Pakistan) - 2012-10-26

well the pole star is located in the northern hemisphere just right above the north pole so that's why some people call it the north star

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modify delete 16247 - Reply from Casey112 , 15 yrs (USA) - 2012-05-19

The pole star and the North star are the same. You see, it is lined up exactly with the North pole. This star is called polaris and is attached to the constellation Ursa Minor, or the Little Dipper as most people call it. You can read the legend on http://www.comfychair.org/~cmbell/myth/ursa_minor.html.

modify delete 14941 - from Rita144 , 12 yrs (USA) - 2012-02-19
Astronomer - "Cost of A Backyard Telescope"

Hey! I have been intrigued by astronomy & space since I was in 3rd or 4th grade! & I was wondering what the price of a backyard telescope (in US currency) would be; Please tell me soon because I need to know how much I would need to save up! (I currently have an [rounded] about of $60)


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modify delete 15473 - Reply from Rita144 , 12 yrs (USA) - 2012-03-30

Thank you so much for replying! That helps me a ton! True, I knew I wouldn't get very far with the $60 I have... You are so very kind for taking the time to write that for me! By the way: You are quite lucky to be studying abroad! I want to study in Japan when I am older:)

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modify delete 15384 - Reply from Duke156 , 35 yrs (Bangladesh) - 2012-03-22

Hi,

I am from Bangladesh, currently living abroad. I know very little about Astronomy and Telescope. Astronomy is my main hobby.

Regarding your question. It depends on your demand of research and darkness of the sky of your area. There are two types of instrumental requirement, visual and Astrophotography.

Visual: Planets, moon, sun , DSO (deep sky objects). Viewing DSO will require short focal length with large optics let say 5” optics or more with f/5, Viewing Moon don’t require large optics. Viewing Planets require large optics with long focal length minimum 5” f/10. Sun don’t require large optics telescope but the scope will require solar filter on it, it is not expensive but if you want to see even more details, Ha (Hydrogen-Alpha filter is the answer, it is much more expensive then the telescope itself, let say few hundred dollars to thousands.

Astrophotography: practice makes perfect. Need to learn lots, also lots of $$$$ require to spend. Most money will spend on the mount. 80mm ED Telescope can take decent picture of DSO. 80mm Ed will cost about $400 to $800+ depends on the quality, mount will cost few thousands, Autoguider, guide telescope and DSLR or CCD CAMERA, and a Computer. Total cost few thousands $.

Be honest with you $60 telescope? you will not be pleased with it.

Thank you
Duke

modify delete 10642 - from Yeon Ju106 , 16 yrs (Korea) - 2011-07-25
Astronomer - "I really like a astronomy!! I really want to be a astronomer!!"

I love astronomy!!
I like astronomy!!
I love astronomy!!
I like astronomy!!


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modify delete 33379 - Reply from devis0 , 20 yrs (Tanzania) - 2017-01-01

you can only be what you what to be by doing the best. wish you good success.

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modify delete 21335 - Reply from Rana224 , 17 yrs (Turkey) - 2013-06-14

i want to be astophysicist ^^ but astonomer is really cool either
hope we all be what we want ^^

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modify delete 19183 - Reply from sachal186 (Pakistan) - 2012-10-26

well i love the beauty of stars and neaublas oh whatever i LOVE astronomy

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modify delete 18000 - Reply from Kinga130 , 15 yrs (Poland) - 2012-08-22

Yes!!!Astrnomy is the Queen of the Science. :P
I love astronomy!!!

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modify delete 15530 - Reply from Eve144 (Great Britain) - 2012-04-06

SAME!!!!!
do you like star signs?
Iam like OBSESSED with them LOL
:P

Eve
x

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modify delete 14909 - Reply from krystyna37 , 11 yrs (Dominican Rep.) - 2012-02-17

hi i speck all english and i now live in ct and ME TOO.

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modify delete 10844 - Reply from Parnia251 , 16 yrs (Iran) - 2011-08-10

Me toO!! It's a wonderful & amazing science.

modify delete 8812 - from sophia189 , 26 yrs (France) - 2011-05-25
Astronomer - "c est génial l astrophysique ...."

j adore , j aimait regarder les étoiles enfant et je pense que nous ne sommes pas seuls
dans notre système ...ce serait génial de pouvoir savoir si c est la cas , mais il faudra certainement encore du temps ! l espace est magnifique les phénomènes tel que les aurores boréales c est trèèès beau ....
a bientot sophia !


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modify delete 33635 - Reply from Louisa28 , 8 yrs (France) - 2017-02-14

Toute les personnes qui disent que l'astronomie est Géniaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal ont raison!!!!!!!!!!!!

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modify delete 15385 - Reply from Duke156 , 35 yrs (Bangladesh) - 2012-03-22

Hi,

I love astronomy too. astronomy is my main hobby.

feel free to talk, we can chat.

Regards
Duke

modify delete 8810 - from Bomi104 , 14 yrs (Korea) - 2011-05-25
Astronomer - "I'm really into Astronomy~!"

I'm interested in Science and I think Astronomy is one of the most attractive studies. If you want to talk about Astronomy, e-mail me!


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modify delete 10495 - Reply from Samreen200 , 10 yrs (Bangladesh) - 2011-07-17

Same here!!!! Saving up pocket money to buy a telescope. Tell me, did you ever see venus from the sky?????

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modify delete 9445 - Reply from rawipon172 , 12 yrs (Thailand) - 2011-06-18

astronomy astronomy love love love

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modify delete 9399 - Reply from Nitirat172 (Thailand) - 2011-06-16

oh! I love science too! =D
this is my e-mail--->eef2542@sanook.com
and... how about your e-mail? tell me!

modify delete 5009 - from Abirami197 , 11 yrs (USA) - 2011-01-21
Astronomer - "I LOVE ASTROMOMY!!!!!!!!!!!!"

Ever since I was five I've loved astromomy!


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modify delete 5278 - Reply from Emily178 (USA) - 2011-02-11

As have I. I saw saturn through a telescope and was hooked. Reply to me if you want to.

modify delete 4907 - from ALyssa186 , 23 yrs (USA) - 2011-01-08
Astronomer - "astonomy"

I love astromony. Ever since i was little i have been with astronomy. message me if u feel the same way


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modify delete 19184 - Reply from sachal186 (Pakistan) - 2012-10-26

well when i was about 3 i started getting into astronomy

















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