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    Hello everyone,I need help.There is one question:
    How is physics related to astronomy ?

    And I need answer to this question! If someone can answer quick it's project for my school :3


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    Quote Originally Posted by gabibvb View Post
    Hello everyone,I need help.There is one question:
    How is physics related to astronomy ?

    And I need answer to this question! If someone can answer quick it's project for my school :3
    There is a field of science that combines the, it is called astrophysics. Google the word.


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    I know this,but i need more facts or smthng like that
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    Quote Originally Posted by gabibvb View Post
    I know this,but i need more facts or smthng like that
    What type of research have you done so far? We do not do your homework for you.
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    i have searched mant pages with astronomy and physics and there isn't much information
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    Quote Originally Posted by gabibvb View Post
    i have searched mant pages with astronomy and physics and there isn't much information
    xyzt did point you towards the right direction. Have you tried the first paragraph from the the following link, or are you after something more specific?

    Astrophysics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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    Physics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Try the introductory material.
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    Try looking up material under the subject heading of Cosmology.
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    For a vague and general comment on the question without doing your homework for you; physics is the study of motion. How can you relate that to stars as planets? Are they constantly in motion? Go from there.
    "Sometimes I think the surest sign that intelligent life exists elsewhere in the universe is that none of it has tried to contact us." -Calvin
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