Astronomy is an interdisciplinary natural science which studies heavenly bodies and phenomena associated with them. It makes use of astronomy, mathematics, and zoology in order to describe their nature and origin. Besides that, astronomers also study space weather, the structures and composition of celestial bodies, the distribution of matter within the solar system, and the origins and distribution of energy in the universe. Astronomy has made great contributions to the fields of astronomy, mathematics, and science.
Astronomy involves studying celestial bodies through the use of telescopes. Telescopes are designed to observe specific star systems, such as our own Milky Way galaxy. Through this research, astronomers have learned about the makeup, structure, composition, evolution, and location of our solar system. They have discovered that our earth was created in a super solar system and was destined to exist for billions of years, until it became lifeless.
Astronomy and the study of celestial bodies was crucial in the discovery of the planets around other solar-like stars in our galaxy. Astronomy can be used to study phenomena associated with exogenesis, formation, evolution, migration, planet formation, stellar wind, planet interactions, red dust, and stars. Astronomy also has made significant contributions to physics, chemistry, astronomy, Earth science, and cosmology. Astronomy also helps us understand the nature of space by studying bright stars and galaxies.