Paired Beauty — Paired Wisdom

  In the beginning, as God records it in Genesis, He says something astounding about us: we are made in His image. If you do not believe it, check it in Genesis 1:27. From the beginning, we get attention that nothing else in creation gets. We are different. We can… Continue reading

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Hallowed is His Name

There is something about reading words that are matched to what we see that is self affirming. Observing the wonder of the created heavens is brought into clearer focus when it is seen in relation to words of life from the Bible that speak of God and His creative power.… Continue reading

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Galaxy Point of View

NGC 3628 is a beautiful galaxy to see. While it is faint and requires averted vision with a medium-sized telescope, astro-video permits a little better view and gives a little color since mine has a color-sensitive chip. You can see the sketch below that I did using an 8 inch telescope… Continue reading

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Galaxies to the North and the God of Creation

It was a straight forward observing night. The 8 inch Celestron and astro video gear worked as expected. The mount behaved. The first target was M106–not far from the key stars of Ursa Major or the Big Dipper. I sat down to sketch, trying to grab as much as I… Continue reading

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Seeing But Cannot See?

It is a special treat to see outside the earth’s atmosphere to the moon but also a treat to see the local stars and star patterns — all well within our local Milky Way neighborhood. But there are nights we can go outside the neighborhood and visit other places–galaxies at… Continue reading

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