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My first experience tutoring came while attending the University of Southern California in 2005. There, I assisted fellow classmates in preparing for upcoming exams and found great reward in helping others gain confidence in their academics... See more

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Lidia Ruiz
from Santa Rosa

I have a MSc in Physics, my research experience is in astrophysics, specifically analyzing stellar atmospheres, stellar evolution and sources of gravitational waves like black holes and neutron stars. I'm from El Salvador, so my native lang... See more

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Carly Chubak
from Los Angeles

I'm a former astrophysicist currently working in the arts. If you need help with both right- and left-brained subjects, look no further! I double majored in Physics & Astrophysics at UC Berkeley and graduated at the top of my class, giving

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Shane Marcus
from Delray Beach

I have a B.S. degree in Astronomy & Astrophysics and Physics, and a Masters degree in Physics from the Florida Institute of Technology. I am well-equipped in these fields to help tutor anyone who needs assistance, as well as mathematics fro... See more

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Hello! My name is Shaun Eisner. I am a current student at Georgia Tech pursuing a B.S. in Physics. I have 2 and a half years of tutoring experience both as a private tutor and working for tutoring centers. I mainly tutor high school and col... See more

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Hello, I'm a young mom looking to help anyone with their educational needs. Grammer, science, and history are my strong areas. I also can help with understanding medical terminology and health insurance. I know and remember how important it... See more

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I have a Bachelor's Degree in Physics from Wesleyan University with more than 5 years of experience as a tutor, course assistant, and teacher. I specialize in course reinforcement, practice problems and exam preparation. I craft engaging le... See more

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Hello, My name is Carla Garcia and I have been teaching Mathematics for over 15 years. I have taught young learners as well as adults. I specialize in teaching Mathematics, but I also have experience teaching English, Science , and Social

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Astronomy Tutoring

The phrase “head in the clouds” is one with a highly negative connotation. The implication is that you are dreaming of things outside of the realm of possibility. That might mean that you are dreaming to big or that you are dreaming about worlds that do not exist. In the case of astronomy, looking to the clouds is just the beginning, as you are going to look far beyond in the end. Working with private astronomy tutors is a great way to focus in on the aspect of space that interests you most and look to the future of innovation.

I used to argue with a friend of mine over the merits of space exploration. My argument is that there is a certain hubris to believe that we are ready to have a place among the stars. The process of getting to space requires lots of different expensive processes that can seem frivolous in the grand scheme of things. For example, the average cost per launch over the lifetime of the NASA shuttle program was $1.5 billion in 2010. Whereas a normal air flight has the obvious benefit of taking people where they need to go in a hurry, the benefits of space travel are much more mercurial, pun intended. You never know what you might find or what discoveries could come as a result of space exploration. When the first picture of a black hole was taken, my reaction was “okay.” It is hard to see the immediate benefit of something that is such a distant concept. In my way of thinking, there are enough terrestrial problems with the planet that it is hard to see how extraterrestrial worries are more important. This was mostly the same thought as the US government, as they stopped launching shuttles in 2004.

On my friend’s side, which has become a lot more convincing to me over time, is the belief that there are more indirect benefits from the space program than direct. Part of any war is a competition to be the best. During the Cold War, the Space Race was a key contributor to advancing technology forward and was driven by the competition between the US and USSR to reach the moon fastest. Over the course of the program, different new inventions that we use in civilian life were developed off of what was used in the space program. For example, NASA needed to find a way to replenish the supply of drinking water for astronauts, as there is less water in space than in the driest desert. To combat this problem, engineers designed a water purification system that could turn wastewater from respiration, sweat, and urine into water that you can drink. This technology was brought to the third world (still on earth), as many undeveloped countries have water that is heavily contaminated. From that technology, we also got the all-in-one Coke machines that let you have hundreds of flavor combinations in one dispenser. Some might say one technology was more important than the other, but I would say the Coke machine is as vital as giving water to third world countries.

The 1999 Nobel Prize winner in chemistry, Ahmed Zewali, put it best in his quote about the importance of exploration. To paraphrase, he said that preserving knowledge and transferring knowledge are easy. The benefits are clear. But making new knowledge is not easy or profitable in the short term. The benefit of research comes over the long term and enriches culture with basic truth. You may not see the direct benefit of space exploration now, but one day, you will see the rewards of your work. If you believe in making a difference for future generations, go beyond just science tutors and search for astronomy tutoring near me.

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There have been people looking up at the sky for a better understanding of the earth for generations. Where some fields are new, astronomy has been around since before Jesus. Whether it was the ancient Greek philosophers dipping their toes into the science pool or mathematicians and geographers like Eratothenes, there have been people studying space for far longer than you might think. And new advancements are still coming. We have held someone up as the face of astronomy every generation. In the 20th century, Albert Einstein, Edwin Hubble, and Harlow Shapley made tons of advancements in the first half of the century. They inspired the next generation, which included Stephen Hawking and one of the first scientists to gain incredible public fame, Carl Sagan. Without Carl Sagan, we would not have our current face of space, which is undoubtedly everyone’s favorite planet tie-wearing, nerdy uncle Neil deGrasse Tyson.

We understand that students probably want every astronomy tutor to be like Neil deGrasse Tyson on Cosmos, but we obviously can’t get him for everyone. Well, being honest, we probably can’t get him for anyone. What we can look for are people with his passion for astronomy. Part of the reason that he is considered nerdy in the first place is that it is incongruous with the people around him that he is so obsessed with space. Most people have a cool detachment from things they are into because they want to fit in with the rest of the world. Dr. Tyson’s passion for space might seem a bit strange to some, but it is also what has let him find his niche as the foremost expert, even if he is not the top astronomer.

When I was in middle school, science lessons were boring. I wanted the class to be over as soon as I walked in the door. The only thing that got me engaged with class was watching episodes of Bill Nye the Science Guy. He was like my private astronomy tutoring without ever meeting in person. By boiling down science lessons into a format that I responded to, Bill Nye is the greatest scientist I know of. And his actual scientific bonafides are actually not that great.

They say if you can’t do, teach. That is a pretty insulting way to view teachers. In many ways, teachers have the toughest job of all by having to not only understand the material but also regurgitate it in a way that can be transferred. For the best learning experience, search for astronomy tutors near me.

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