For millennia, mankind has looked at the stars in wonder. Technology has allowed us to study these magnificent creations, but we still have questions. A prominent issue is the distant starlight problem. Given the age of our planet, how are we able to see stars at such mind-bending distances? Listen in as host Trey Bowling and ICR physicist Dr. Jake Hebert discuss the matter. The answer may not be as cut and dry as you think!
Seeing Stars At Impossible Distances | The Creation Podcast: Episode 32
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