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Science-Astronomy Projects

Check out the following list of possible astronomy projects. The links are to websites relating to that particular subject that can be used as a starting point for research as they are not comprehensive resources by themselves. Feel free to contact us fo further assistance or scheduling scope-time.

 

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Read research projects abstracts, conducted by students, via our remote telescope, using the Astro-EDU-Network:

1. Asteroid photometry, modeling and tracking

2. Binary stars photometry & 3D modeling [PDF]

 

 

 

Astronomy Projects 

 

Observing the night sky

 

  1. The magnitude system, estimating magnitudes, interpolation
  2. Lunar feature map/Crater counting/Relative ages of surfaces
  3. Right Ascension and Declination
  4. Constellations and star names
  5. Historical myths and legends of constellations and star names
  6. Ancient astronomical observations, observatories, role in society
  7. Motion of the earth/sun/moon
  8. Motion of the planets
  9. Observing Saturn
  10. Motion of the stars in the solar neighborhood and local galactic disk
  11. Tracking/Counting sunspots
  12. Astrophotography - Planetary, Lunar, Solar, Stellar, Deep sky
  13. Solar spectroscopy (spectrohelioscope)
  14. Stellar Spectroscopy & What we can learn about stars, more links
  15. Variable Stars, types/classifications
  16. Novae
  17. Variable Star observing, O-C curves, light curves, folded phase curves
  18. Plot HR Diagrams for star fields, , globular clusters
  19. Polarization
  20. Atmospheric phenomenon (effects of light in the Earth's atmosphere)
  21. Charts, maps, tables, catalogs
  22. Celestial Navigation & another link
  23. Use of compass, sextant, , gnomon
  24. Fundamental measurable properties of remote objects
  25. Measuring physical properties of remote objects
  26. Observing lunar librations and apparent diameter & YouTube video
  27. Proper motion of the planets, computing orbital elements & wikipedia article
  28. Tracking the sun: the analemma
  29. Distance to moon/planets via parallax
  30. Motion of nearby stars relative to back ground stars - computing distance from stellar parallax
  31. Star Counts as a function of galactic latitude and longitude
  32. Comet hunting
  33. Supernova hunting
  34. Near-Earth objects, , mapping, discovering
  35. Asteroid light curves
  36. Occultations (lunar, planetary)
  37. Planetary Observations: Monitoring the changing atmospheric conditions on Jupiter and Saturn
  38. Planetary Observations: Monitoring climate changes on Mars during oppositions
  39. Planetary Observations: Survey the atmosphere of Venus in quest of unusual spots
  40. Calculations of time hour-angles, programming calculations
  41. Telescope design, construction, principles
  42. How to determine true North and why this is important for telescopes: a daytime project.
  43. Learn to use Google Sky
  44. Using a Map at the Telescope
  45. Using a Planisphere
  46. Algol, eclipsing variable star with close-by star so close they seem at times to touch.
  47. Easily studied variable stars
  48. Andromeda galaxy
  49. Research a NASA mission, and report
  50. Nova Search:  Discover flaring novae in nearby galaxies by “blinking” images of portions of Andromeda taken at different times
  51. Open Clusters in the Milky Way Galaxy: Study the properties of various star clusters in our galaxy, like the Pleiades.
  52. Spectroscopy of Giant and Supergiant Variable Stars
  53. AGN Spectroscopy:  Uncover the mysteries of distant galaxies!
  54. Solar Magnetic Fields: Study how magnetic fields create features on the solar surface
  55. Detection and Characterization of Extrasolar Planets
  56. Hydrodynamical Simulations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Start exploring the universe, via:

 

The Astro-EDU-Network

 astro edu net

 

 

Astro-kids

 astro kids

 

 

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