Monthly Archives: October 2012

A Place to Hang Your Coat in the Sky

One of the joys of observing God’s placement of stars is to find asterismsĀ  or identifiable patterns. The patterns are usually named after some object or thing that is commonly known. TheĀ Coat Hangar Cluster, which can be found in the … Continue reading

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A Red-Green Jewel High in the Sky

The transparency of the heavens and the atmosphere is by design. Our God’s most magnificent universe system permits safe and exciting viewing from almost any place on the planet. I could put this in highly technical terms but it is … Continue reading

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Bathrobe Skygazing

I could not sleep. I also could not tell what time it was but the setting full moon told me it was near dawn. I grabbed a robe and went outside for a minute–long enough to see a beautiful sky … Continue reading

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