Dealing With Astronomy Homework: Advice For Students

If you possess an adventurous spirit, natural curiosity and an analytical mind, you are bound to be considered as a person who is always in the mood to learn, develop certain skills and broaden your horizons. What other science could expand our horizons to such an extent as does astronomy?

Astronomy is a developed and complex science that attracts a huge swathe of the population and it is especially able to attract all those special personalities whose eyes are looking to the future.

Some people will say that astronomy has brought many burdens into our mind - new knowledge has managed to undermine our belief that the universe is somewhat stable and predictable. Some people have begun to experience fear from the potential existence of beings from other planets that would be able to threaten our own lives. There is also a feeling of dread caused by the movement of a meteor that could destroy our planet and all forms of life on Earth. You will find such views among people who dislike new information and among those who are not able to see the benefits and everything beautiful that this science could bring humankind. It would be interesting to see homework assignments or research papers that could shine a light on this topic from the standpoint of the skeptic as well as from a comical perspective.

  • You could watch a movie about supernatural activities in the universe and explain the so-called conspiracy theories about the upcoming new world order.

We could devote a few lines to the true lovers of astronomy - to the people who regularly follow the schedule of numerous celestial events. The focus of their attention is occupied by the discovery of new planets and constellations as well as the rare phenomena and comets that visit the celestial space above us only once or twice in a range of a hundred years.

Homework based on the study of the movement of a certain comet or a meteor represents the classic school type of research paper and it requires verified references and sources. It would be helpful to use:

  • books, encyclopedias, textbooks and manuals
  • results of practical work and personal analysis of acquired operations in an observatory
  • results of a consultation with a working group (school working group / group formed on a social network)
  • Specialized websites, forums, scientific TV shows and articles.
 

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