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(Job 26:7)  7 He stretches out the northern sky over empty space, Suspending the earth upon nothing; ==== (Isaiah 40:22) . . .There is One who dwells above the circle of the earth, And its inhabitants are like grasshoppers. He is stretching out the heavens like a fine gauze, And he spreads them out like a tent to dwell in.

Do Science and the Bible Agree?

NASA has proclaimed this image the MOST amazing high definition image of Earth ever. This ‘Blue Marble’ image of the Earth was taken from the VIIRS instrument aboard NASA’s most recently launched Earth-observing satellite – Suomi NPP.

We’re officially in the final countdown to NASA’s 3-billion-mile journey to Pluto. Here are 7 things you probably don't know about our solar system's smallest yet spunkiest planet.

7 Fascinating Facts We Just Learned About Pluto

North Pole - Pluto System - With less than 100 days left to the much awaited flyby of the Pluto system. The picture set includes the expected view of North Pole, South Pole, global views, and its biggest moon Charon.

This image of the Moon was taken by the Galileo spacecraft as it passed by. It is a composite of images taken in three different colors.  The color scheme is exaggerated to emphasis composition differences. Blue areas are titanium rich, orange areas are titanium poor and purple areas are iron poor.  ~via pinterest

The Colorful Moon A composite photo taken by the Galileo Spacecraft: Blue Areas = Titanium Rich Orange Areas = Titanium Poor Purple Areas = Iron Poor

An early history of sattelites 1950 - 1978

“An Early History of Satellites.” (Credit: Broadband Wherever) It’s not often that one associates a satellite with French folk songs, but this infographic does that and more. On it you will find the major launches of the early space age — from the Soviet


Celestial World. Bresser Newtonian Telescope Venus Alt-Azimuth with tripod. With this telescope for beginners you can explore the moon and the planets of our solar systemOptical Design: Newtonian, diameter primary mirror: 76 mm, fo

Icebergs en Plutón

Pluto’s mysterious, floating hills. Ice floating over nitrogenous seas?

248 Earth years = 1 Pluto year

I fucking love science Tell your grandkids to tell THEIR grandkids to throw Pluto a birthday party.

It's Official: Pluto Is Even Weirder Than We Thought

The dwarf planet’s mountains, glaciers, and atmosphere can’t be fully explained, says the first scientific paper from New Horizons probe researchers. Back in the early planetary scientist Alan Stern was challenged to predict what the …

Dwarf planet Pluto has one giant moon, Charon, but now is known to have four more tiny satellites.

Dwarf planet Pluto has one giant moon, Charon, but now is known to have four more tiny satellites. New Horizons Spies Pluto's Tiny Moon Hydra

Space, the Ultimate Visual Frontier: 70+ Amazing Infographics • Inspired Magazine

Space, the Ultimate Visual Frontier: 70+ Amazing Infographics

The discovery of red water ice has also excited astronomers, as it adds to the theory that Pluto has a liquid sea under its surface that could host life. Pictured is one of the first high-resolution colour images of the dwarf planet, released by Nasa last month

Blue skies and mysterious RED water ice discovered on Pluto

New, Insanely High-Resolution Pluto Images Include More Color—and Weird "Snakeskin" Textures