24th July 2007
The Heavens truly declare the glory of the Lord!!! (Psalm 19:1)
at these fantastic pictures of Space taken by the Hubble Telescope.
These are galaxies Light-years (millions & millions of years) away from Earth.
You say, "Doesn't that prove Evolution?" Nope. The Scriptures say the Heavens were stretched out! ( Isaiah 42:5 ; Isaiah 51:13 ; Jeremiah 10:12) So in relation to the earth they
are that far away. Think of the Earth as the stationary object and every other planet stretched away from it as they were made.
Stay blessed today.
P.S. Also see this video for a remarkable Waste-Water solution. God really has made every creature for a wonderful purpose! (3mins):
Select Top Ten Most Amazing Pictures Taken by Hubble Space Telescope in
Last 16 Years
telescope's top ten greatest space photographs
Sombrero Galaxy - 28
million light years from Earth - was voted best picture
the Hubble telescope. The dimensions of the galaxy, officially called
M104, are as spectacular
as its appearance. It has 800 billion suns and is 50,000 light years
Ant Nebula, a cloud of dust and gas whose technical name is Mz3,
ant when observed using ground-based telescopes. The nebula lies within
between 3,000 and 6,000 light years from Earth.
third place is Nebula NGC 2392, called Eskimo because it looks like a
by a furry hood. The hood is, in fact, a ring of comet-shaped
away from a dying star. Eskimo is 5,000 light years from
four is the Cat's Eye Nebula
Hourglass Nebula, 8,000 light years away, has a
because the winds that shape it are weaker at the
sixth place is the Cone Nebula. The part pictured here is 2.5 light years
(the equivalent of 23 million return trips to the
Perfect Storm, a small region in the Swan Nebula, 5,500 light years
as 'a bubbly ocean of hydrogen and small amounts of oxygen,
Night, so named because it reminded astronomers of the Van Gogh
painting. It is
a halo of light around a star in the Milky Way.
glowering eyes from 114 million light years away are the swirling cores of
galaxies called NGC 2207 and IC 2163 in the distant Canis Major
Trifid Nebula. A 'stellar nursery', 9,000 light years from here, it
is where new
stars are being born.