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Astronomers specialize in the study of celestial bodies and events, from the moon and stars to meteors and black holes. Each astronomer typically specialized in one certain type or group of celestial bodies. They usually work with a team of scientists who are committed to learning more about the universe.
It takes advanced education to become an astronomer. Prospective employers will only consider applicants who have a doctorate degree in the field. Working as an astronomer requires extensive knowledge of math, physics, and advanced science-related software programs. Strong research, problem-solving, analytical and data analysis skills are vital anyone wishing to pursue a career as an astronomer.
This is a very niche and competitive role and when you go for the interview, the interviewer will ask you tough questions to assess your interest in and knowledge of astronomy. It is crucial to be well prepared in order to beat the competition. Prepare a strong portfolio highlighting the research you've done and the papers you've written on any astronomy-related topic. Think about how you are going to answer the questions that the interviewer asks you. Not sure what questions to expect? At Mock Questions, you will find a list of commonly asked questions at astronomer interviews along with hints of how to answer these questions.