representation about a chosen Earthen People’s perspective of the night sky

Read about the Astronomy of Asian Cultures’ Interpretations, then watch Videos about the Astronomy of Asian Cultures’ Interpretations.
Choose a set of people (Asian culture) to study for this assignment based on the broad categories presented in the Module Reading & Video pages.
Create a short essay of at least 400 words. In your essay, consider addressing:
Out of all the cultural interpretations you could have studied in this assignment, why did you choose to study the culture you did?
What was most interesting to you in reviewing these resources?
Consider enfolding figures and illustrations that you saw or made in response to what you read and saws.
What did you learn from these resources?
How did the culture you studied relate to the sky differently than Western modern civilization (and/or you) do today?
To what extent and how did learning about this culture add to your sensing about the lineage of humans’ relationship with the night sky?
What new questions do you have after reviewing these resources?
I WILL ADD LINKS TO READINGS AND VIDEOS YOU NEED TO READ AND WATCH BEFORE STARTING THIS ESSAY. PLEASE, IF YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND THIS ASSIGNMENT, NOTIFY ME RIGHT AWAY OR IF SOMETHING GOES WRONG, NOTIFY ME RIGHT AWAY!!
Links to readings:
http://idp.bl.uk/4DCGI/education/astronomy/history.html

Astronomy of Ancient India


https://bulletin.astron-soc.in/05December/3305499-511.pdf
Links to Videos:

This is the second LA for AS102OC – LA4. As with the first LA this assignment re

This is the second LA for AS102OC – LA4. As with the first LA this assignment requires your group to make a choice between two options; LA4-A or LA4-B. I leave it up to the Group to decide on which option you select.**All assignments must be submitted in .doc or .rtf format so that they can be checked for plagiarism. Failure to do this will result in an automatic grade one point reduction and a zero overall if the submission is not corrected after being informed of the improper format.**Title your file LA4_lastname_student number. For example: LA4(A)or(B)_McDonald_123456789.doc and don’t forget to include the names of all of your group members who worked on the assignment within the submission and the level of involvement for each member (mostly I expect that each member will have contributed equally).LA4-AImagine if you were able to sit down to have a cup of coffee with Edwin Hubble. What would you ask? What would you say? LA4-A involves doing some research on the 20th century astronomer Edwin Hubble in order to write him a letter. The letter should be at least 2000 words.The purpose of the letter is to ensure that the facts about him and his research (and discoveries) are accurate as you have been asked to write a Wikipedia entry about him. Consequently, the letter must contain personal information about Dr. Hubble (a brief life story), the contributions he made to astronomy, their significance and the impact he had on the development of astronomy, and also what question(s) you would ask him. Accomplishing this as a group could be challenging as the letter must not be just a series of individual writings pieced together; rather, must be coherent demonstrating a single writing style. One person (different from previous LAs) should take responsibility as the writer, another for researching the personal history of the astronomer, another for pulling together the scientific contributions, etc. Begin by collaborating on the discussion board, I’m sure you’ll work it out.Dr. Hubble was an academic so don’t forget to include references where needed and a full bibliographyWe are only doing the LA4-A!And my part it1. the contributions he made to astronomy2. what question(s) you would ask himI will send you some online content when you confirm
Requirements: 670

Learning Goal: I’m working on a astronomy report and need an explanation and ans

Learning Goal: I’m working on a astronomy report and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
To successfully complete this lab exercise, just follow these steps:
Read all the material listed in the pre-lab activity
Do your own research regarding information about variable stars
Read the lab report
Visit the AAVSO site linked in the report
Develop a strategy to gather and analyze the data
Answer all questions in the lab report
Submit the report in Word or PDF***
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Answer all questions in the lab report (this is what you have to do)

Learning Goal: I’m working on a astronomy report and need an explanation and ans

Learning Goal: I’m working on a astronomy report and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
To successfully complete this lab exercise, just follow these steps:
Read all the material listed in the pre-lab activity
Do your own research regarding information about variable stars
Read the lab report
Visit the AAVSO site linked in the report
Develop a strategy to gather and analyze the data
Answer all questions in the lab report
Submit the report in Word or PDF***
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Answer all questions in the lab report (this is what you have to do)

Learning Goal: I’m working on a astronomy report and need an explanation and ans

Learning Goal: I’m working on a astronomy report and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
To successfully complete this lab exercise, just follow these steps:
Read all the material listed in the pre-lab activity
Do your own research regarding information about variable stars
Read the lab report
Visit the AAVSO site linked in the report
Develop a strategy to gather and analyze the data
Answer all questions in the lab report
Submit the report in Word or PDF

Learning Goal: I’m working on a astronomy report and need an explanation and ans

Learning Goal: I’m working on a astronomy report and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
The Milky Way and the Andromeda galaxy are predicted to collide in about 4 billion years. Notice in the simulation that the two galaxies pass through each other, move a bit apart and then collide again in a series of “bounces” until they completely merge. The expectation is that this collision wouldn’t affect the solar system much, and that it is unlikely that any two stars would collide. Of course, by then the Sun will have expanded and it is unlikely that there would be anything alive on Earth to witness any of it!
complete the Galaxy analysis report

Learning Goal: I’m working on a astronomy report and need an explanation and ans

Learning Goal: I’m working on a astronomy report and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.
The Milky Way and the Andromeda galaxy are predicted to collide in about 4 billion years. Notice in the simulation that the two galaxies pass through each other, move a bit apart and then collide again in a series of “bounces” until they completely merge. The expectation is that this collision wouldn’t affect the solar system much, and that it is unlikely that any two stars would collide. Of course, by then the Sun will have expanded and it is unlikely that there would be anything alive on Earth to witness any of it!
complete the Galaxy analysis report