Includes observations of celestial bodies; astronomical instruments and techniques; radio, gamma-ray, x-ray, ultraviolet, and infrared astronomy; and astrometry.
Astronomy – The science that treats of the location, magnitudes, motions, and constitution of celestial bodies and structures. The science now includes a number of specialized branches such as radio astronomy, X-ray astronomy, astrometry, astrophysics, celestial mechanics, and cosmology. NASA Thesaurus, Washington, DC: National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Exhaustive Interest : Except for astrophysics, all facets of astronomy including radio and gamma-ray astronomy, observations of celestial bodies, their structure, motions, and locations.
Input Subjects of Specific Interest
black holes (observation)
celestial bodies (observation)
celestial motion (observation)
discovery of celestial bodies
ephemerides of celestial bodies
extrasolar planets (observation)
identification of celestial bodies
JWST (James Webb Space Telescope)
Large Space Telescope
natural satellites (observation)
observation of celestial bodies
optical telescope facilities
radar telescope and range finder facilities
radio telescope facilities
star trackers (observation)