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Time Domain AstronomyTime Domain Astronomy

Time domain astronomy is the study of how and why objects in the cosmos change on timescales from seconds to decades, both in photometric and spectroscopic datasets. This work is often connected to major sky surveys, such as ZTF or LSST, as well as dedicated long-term monitoring campaigns for specific objects. Time domain astronomy typically involves statistical analysis and data science methods.

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