Tag Archives: creation

Christmas Card Post and a Report

We  have enjoyed some 50 “observing the heavens” events this year. Some were at home, but others were in California, down south, and in the hills of Virginia. Most of those events were attended by people who had never looked … Continue reading

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Summer’s Lunar Crepuscular Rays

It is allowed! I can lift up my eyes to the heavens and glorify Him. On this cloudy night that was full of swirling dark clouds and humid hot air, the moon was hidden. For 10 seconds the scene changed. … Continue reading

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An Eagle for Him and Her

The Eagle Nebula is a large stellar cloud with a cluster of jewels in the midst. Linda and I have equipment to see a widefield view of this beauty, and it was her request for the night of August 26th … Continue reading

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Late Summer Delight (Lesson 8)

It’s that time for new observers from northern lattitudes to try some new delights in the southern night skies. In late August and early September, when you look directly south, the Milky Way rises in front of you. The sketch I … Continue reading

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Tree Racing Together

The title conjures up some images but this one is a little different. By the time Linda and I were observing the constellations of the south and decided to go for an object in the Scorpius constellation, we had to … Continue reading

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Trifid in Color and Moon Glow

The Bully of the Night had already risen. With only four days since full moon, it was iffy to look at those grand sights in the southern skies, but we took a chance that the haze would not exacerbate the … Continue reading

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Chasing Fuzzy Wuzzies in the Night

God made us curious. We find something interesting, then we look further. It was that way with the burning bush (Old Testament event) and it is that way for most things. The tendency gets really basic because we question who we … Continue reading

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