world's youngest astronomer

Nicole Oliviera, a seven-year-old Brazilian youngster who found seven asteroids, has been named the world’s youngest astronomer. Nicole’s addiction with space and astronomy started when she was just two years old.

Nicole was a participant in the ‘Asteroid Hunt’ citizen science program, which is constrained by the International Astronomical Search Collaboration and joins NASA. Oliviera’s energy for astronomy made immense sums all at once, according to R7, a Brazilian news agency.

She demanded her mother to giver her a star when she was two years old. She managed with a toy star by then, yet it wasn’t until later that she discovered what her kid genuinely required. Oliveira was actually mentioned to talk at the Brazilian Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation’s first International Seminar on Astronomy and Aeronautics.

Oliveira is familiar with presenting lectures in schools in her hometown of Maceió, paying little heed to her age. They invited her in the wake of learning that Oliveria is the youngest member of the Alagoas Astronomical Studies Center, Centro de Estudos Astronômico de Alagoas (CEAAL).

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