This 26 minute video establishes not only what has been done for the mapping of the Milky Way galaxy, but what YOU CAN DO as a nighttime observer.
This post is not about science, but about ANYBODY'S CONTRIBUTION for the furtherance of modern astronomy. It is a community of stargazers getting involved with the study of our Galaxy, and reporting new sightings of stars with planets. I love astronomy but my work schedule won't allow such activity. So I'm passing it along.
Again, I repeat, this is about YOU THE NIGHTIME STARGAZER AND YOUR INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE IN HISTORY AND THE FUTURE OF ASTRONOMY. That is a personal development issue on Inner Space. Do you want to make history? Now you can.
Here is the video:
Here is the interactive website of the title OP:
I would add that I would have been an observer with a large computerized telescope, but I must stay on my course for now. Maybe when I'm semi-retired I MAY pursue this. Time will tell.
One remains a seed as yet to germinate
And florish. A seed is a potential forest, in due time. What shall one do to begin?
Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 24-Nov-18 00:43 by Itatw70s.
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