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It’s almost comical that a scientist would express “almost no doubt” about life on a non-existent planet.
The first of four total lunar eclipses of 2014–2015 has come and gone, so this is a good time for a post-event discussion.
Today a team of scientists announced what they think may be the first evidence for cosmic inflation, Could it be?
The new Cosmos TV series included a story of the life of Giordano Bruno (1548–1600), which attempted to show that it was Bruno’s science that got him into trouble with religious authorities.
In the debate, Bill Nye did not talk much about astronomy. But when he did, he made several erroneous statements.
We’re just one out of millions of planets where life is likely to exist. You’ll hear this claim more and more. Don’t believe it.
New technologies show how special our home really is.
Our moon isn’t just a pretty dot in the night sky—it helps make life possible.
Our sun is just a tiny yellow star in a vast collection that could support life. You’ll hear this more and more. Don’t believe it.
As long as a planet is the right size, it could retain an atmosphere with all the right ingredients needed for life. Just one problem. Only one known planet does.
Since they were first discovered, galaxies have been a source of wonder. Many are arranged into beautiful spirals.
Among the kaleidoscope of stars, brilliant blue stars are of special interest.
Dr. Danny Faulkner answers questions about the light created on Day One and celestial objects on Day Four. Does belief in God violate operational science?
This December the heavens will put on another spectacular show.
In 2014 and 2015, a series of lunar and solar eclipses around the times of Passover and Sukkot are regarded by some as a fulfillment of prophecy regarding the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.
Just as all ideas have consequences, incorrect ideas can have very bad, or even dangerous, results.
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