I just checked the AAVSO site and it hasn't been posted yet.Do any of you know if the Nationals test is up?
The Nationals test was mad fun... and long. Pretty much every question required extensive knowledge in DSO's, calculations, and the stellar evolution theme. Really good test, but also really hard.
And I love the quality of the images. Finally, the pictures are colored and not horribly mutilated.
And a question for the winning team - approximately what percent of the test were you sure you got right and what percent do you think you got right?
A/B/C for us was 50/25/10, 70/50/25. Did any team finish?
How many total points were there on the test?I'm glad you both thought the test was good! pjgscioisamazing's winning score was a 68%.
The exam, key, and full solutions to the physics questions will be up in a couple weeks, sorry, it takes time for the AAVSO to process it. Hopefully it's online by June.
About 136, \pm 1.
Yep, I've heard through the grapevine as well that it's going to be stellar evolution with a focus on Type II supernovae and/or high-mass stars - not that there's much difference, since those two kind of go hand in hand anyways.I recall hearing in the national supervisor's videos that the focus will shift to the stellar evolution of more massive stars.
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