Mars and Aliens

Let’s go find aliens!! A few decades ago, the fever to find aliens on Mars reached its peak. Plenty of movies and science fiction writings fueled the fever. None were found. This last April was a banner month to look at Mars, since it was fairly close to us and… Continue reading

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A Brush with the Creator on Christmas Day

My wife and I had a restful Christmas Day but we were especially looking forward to evening because the day was clear and cold. She had never seen two significant nebulae in Orion on live video. We had a chance to catch them at a good time and capture what… Continue reading

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Poor and Don’t Have a Telescope or Binocular?

We often teach observing disciplines from a biblical perspective in places where there is no chance that the average student or teacher will ever see a telescope. What happens to the have-nots? Just taking a plastic child’s telescope to a village school in Uganda caused a teacher to shout, because… Continue reading

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His Throne and His Footstool

The link that is below takes you to a page on our website that includes two observing sheets (sketches with notes) that we developed during an observing period in early November. We broadcast the process of developing observing sheets as we observe specific objects using astro-video then sending the signal of… Continue reading

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What’s a Life to God?

There are two answers to the question. One answer is the popular one, but I will present it without the fancy talk so you can see to the heart of what it means. It is the one taught in textbooks in most school systems but is usually placed near definitions of… Continue reading

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