WEB Notes: They zoom into the moon landing site as well in the video. This is pretty interesting and really shows off 4k technology.
WEB Notes: Yup, that is it folks. The stars created themselves out of who knows what, from who knows where and get this… One day… They just decided to turn themselves on! That is right, all by their lonesome even. It gets better, you and I were formed from, wait for it… STAR DUST! Oh yes, it does not get much better than that from the Science Fiction crowd…
A ferocious storm has battered Jupiter for at least 188 years. From Earth, it is observed as red swirling clouds racing counter-clockwise in what is known as the planet’s “Great Red Spot.” But after shrinking for centuries, it may now be on the brink of disappearing for good.
WEB Notes: I know at least one of our readers will get to see this.
WEB Notes: The expanse of God’s Creation is boundless compared to us. It is absolutely mind blowing to think about how much space is really out there, beyond even what we can see.
WEB Notes: God’s creation is so vast, mankind could live forever and still not discover it all.
WEB Notes: The fact of the matter is these scientists simply have theories. None of this is concrete, it is all guesswork. How I have a hard time with someone who goes at such great lengths to prove how we got here, when the answers begin in the beginning, Genesis 1.
On Jan. 31, a total lunar eclipse will occur with a blue moon, known as a Super Blue Blood Moon.
Shortly after NASA was established in 1958, the nation’s top scientists compiled a list of missions they thought the brand-new space agency should pursue. The proposals were heady, considering at that point only three satellites had ever been launched. Researchers suggested an Earth-orbiting telescope that could detect the universe’s most distant stars, probes that would venture to the solar system’s other planets, an initiative to land humans on the surface of the moon.
Astronomers have seen the most distant galaxy ever as more than just a red dot. NASA’s Hubble Telescope has captured a picture of the young SPT0615-JD galaxy, which existed more than 13 billion years ago.
New Year’s Day is a time for resolutions and hangovers, but this year, it also provides a chance to see the moon in all its glory.