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    Default do you have to go to outer space when you are an astronomy?



    like when you have to look at galaxies

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    Uh -- no. That's what telescopes are for.

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    Absolutely not. Astronomy is a land based activity. While there is a telescope in space, there are no astronomers.

 

 

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