Day in the life of an Astrophysicist: Dr. Becky Smethurst is an astrophysicist researching galaxies and supermassive black holes at Christ Church at the University of Oxford. She takes us on a typical day showing some of the daily activities from data crunching, to seminars, to journal clubs, emails and chatting on the radio.
What does an Astrophysicist do?
As astrophysicist is a researcher who evaluates and analyses the physics of astronomy. They may spend time researching the stars, planets and other galaxies and objects in the universe.
How do you become an Astrophysicist?
Space has put together a great article that details what it takes to become an Astrophysicist, if you think this could be the career for you and your interested in finding out more, take a look here.
How much does an Astrophysicist earn?
According to Payscale the bottom 10% earn around £22,000, the average make around £48,000 and the top 10% earn around £92,000 a year. Of course this all depends on your experience.
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