Not too easy. Not too difficult.
It's informative and and fascinating!
It really made me think more about what could be out there and how we actually began. One of the things I learned and was able to share was that stars you see at night don't actually twinkle like they appear. It's the light being distorted through our atmosphere that gives it that illusion.
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Advice for students:
Make sure and download the Stellaruim program to view the sky for the assignments. If you're living in a bigger city or just an area with a lot of light pollution, then you wont see many stars or experiencing it to it's fullest. The program allows you to view the stars and sky from a 365 degree camera and you can use settings that take away the light pollution or even the atmosphere of earth so you can clearly see where everything is.