Thanks, still trying to adjust to astronomy after reach for the stars had been replaced by solar system last year. Not doing so hot right now
That's fine! I didn't even get on team for astro as an HS freshman XD. All questions / good discussion welcome:D.
Back to the original (edited) post by alchzh. Warning what I say might be irrelevant to your region/state. I also am not a galaxies pro, and the event is new. To your edit, I can't read it now, but the usual applies: graphs / concepts are fair, no calculus. Also, yes, it always helps to study the concepts alongside relevant DSOs. I think it also depends how you like to study. I used to do DSOs first, but I know some like delving more into the concepts or physics more.
That said, there is a ton to learn about galactic structure. Is it tough to find resources describing the vocab, theory, and observations for HSers? [this part I mentioned on IRC]: If you want to know more practically (i.e. what could be on a test) it could be anything from "label this galaxy to "explain/do physics showing some part of a galaxy".
As for interactions...the material can get hard...I'll leave that to others if they can find more approachable ways for it (unless someone has already in the question marathons?).
B: Crave the Wave, Environmental Chemistry, Robo-Cross, Meteorology, Physical Science Lab, Solar System, DyPlan (E and V), Shock Value
C: Microbe Mission, DyPlan (Earth's Fresh Waters), Fermi Questions, GeoMaps, Gravity Vehicle, Scrambler, Rocks, Astronomy
Grad: Writing Tests/Supervising (NY/MI)