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Our moon is pretty as it shines up there in the sky, but did you know that it was also created to be unique? No other moon around any other planet even compares.
Did you know that our sun is actually a star? It’s so close to us and so bright—while other stars are twinkling little specks.
The definition of a planet was recently changed. Because of this change, the previous count of nine planets was changed to eight.
The Bible seems to rule out any native intelligent life in outer space since they would be under the Curse with no possibility of salvation (Romans 8).
At this stage, we have sent something that has finally reached the outer edges of our solar system and is about to enter interstellar space.
Comets are made mostly of dust, rock, and ice, while asteroids are primarily made of rock. A snowball hitting a rock might be similar to what it would be like if a comet hit an asteroid at high speed.
Johannes Kepler believed the God of the Bible created everything in an orderly way and that His creation reflected His wisdom.
Each new discovery showcases not the possibility of life, but the far-flung wisdom and power of our Creator.
Did the spot on Jupiter form before or after the Fall?
To travel to Jupiter, why do we have to pass through the asteroid belt?
Christians are putting feet to their burden to tell the real message of the stars.
What exactly is the moon? A star? It’s own source of light?
Recently Annie Wichman received the Girl Scout Gold Award—the highest honor a Girl Scout can achieve. She won this award for compiling a creation library!
The recent earthquake in Haiti has caused the earth to spin slightly faster.
One of the more recent planet discoveries is called WASP-12b. The more we look into space, the more amazed we are at the beauty and fitness of our own planet.
A boy in Germany was recently hit by a small meteorite.