Well im not sure if you are directly working with the gamma rays or planning to do tests with them (if so, sorry to inform you but src will not approve your project) but what i got from it is that you are using just the data you gathered, and i don't entirely understand where you are planning to go with the project (not my area of expertise) but the best thing you can do is to find a local university and look at there professors that have a deep background in astronomical radiation. When i was in Indianapolis for isef 2006 they were telling some fun facts and 98% of the finalists there had a Mentor (professor, engineer, or Ph.D holder). If you aspire to go to ISEF a mentor is a must.
Winner of Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award (50k scholarship) in ISEF 2006 for work with encapsulated-pathogens
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