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My social interest is now Astronomy

I take time to read about astronomy and the latest physics every night before I do anything else online.
It is one of the most interesting topics to read and the photography abilities we now have are beautiful.

When I was in college, the astronomy professor and science department had what were called Star Parties. Using a golf course far from city lights, they would set large telescopes up that were trained for certain planets, stars, nebulae and such.
I'd stay up all night waiting for the times to see what each one was set for.
Wish they had something like that where I live now.
I've always been fascinated by the universe and the ocean. I grew up in a country where you could travel 20 miles to complete darkness to see a white sky at night. Now is more like 60 miles but sill possible
Been following, since I was a kid part of my special interest in physics. I have no interest in looking at stars with telescope, more into theoretical side how does it all work.
The James web telescope is really shaking things up in the astronomy world. what I like is how will it effect the theory of general relativity, incredibly accurate but may be wrong or will it tell us some thing about quantum mechanics also incredibly accurate or also possibly wrong exciting times ahead, WIll the hubble tension soon be resolved as this is the biggest issue in astronomy.
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