The Amazing Created Eye

The action of my eye on November 20 was incredibly amazing but not because I did something. It is because God did something special and reminded me of it. That night I watched a wide swath of the heavens (called a wide field of view) after a short period of dark… Continue reading

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Lunar Crater Parable: High Ground and the Light

Observing the moon is about light play on the surface. Every observation is dependent on the sunlight’s angle. The boundary of lunar day and night is called the terminator.  The observing principle is pretty simple: high ground gets exposed to light; low ground is in shadow. So when you look at… Continue reading

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Lunar Eclipse a Harbinger?

Much of the Eastern Seaboard of the US was clouded over for the lunar eclipse on September 27, 2015. I happened to peruse a site of fellow astro-video users and found a series of photographs that recorded the event from La Pine, Oregon. We don’t normally sketch photographs, but several of… Continue reading

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Reflecting the Sun

Church Under the Skies?  Creation teaches because the Creator’s signature is upon it. Whether we see the oceans, the lands, or the heavens. In this instance, I was studying the moon. More particularly, one crater had my attention. Light play near lunar dawn made Crater Moretus stand out. Yet, it… Continue reading

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Expressed Mercy

The morning was quiet without a breath of wind or the sounds of people. I only walked a few yards to set in a chair and watch the fading crescent moon as the sun rose. The nearby canal was glass calm and the tall marsh rushes on the far side had creamy tan tassles in the… Continue reading

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