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Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - A comet in the night sky is an awe-inspiring sight (Figure 1). People throughout history have sometimes seen comets as portents of doom. However, God warned the people of Israel not to fear such signs in the heavens: Thus says the LORD:...

/article/picture-perfect-a-youthful-saturn
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - This summer, the Hubble Space Telescope took a brilliant new photograph of Saturn and its rings.1 Saturn’s moons Mimas and Enceladus can also be seen in the photo. For a number of years now, the Hubble Space Telescope has been taking yearly...

/article/venus-may-be-geologically-active
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - Using computer simulations, a team of researchers has concluded the planet Venus could still be geologically active.1,2 The scientists used computers to simulate the formation of coronae—ring-shaped, volcanic structures on the planet’s...

/article/perseid-meteor-shower-peaks-next-week
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - Both amateur and professional stargazers have an opportunity to see a little more of God’s glory revealed in the heavens1 next week. The Perseid meteor shower is probably the best of all the annual meteor showers, and it is scheduled to put on...

/article/is-creation-evidence-ambiguous
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - Is evidence for creation ambiguous? Could an honest seeker of truth reasonably conclude there is no God? Is the evolutionary old-earth story a reasonable inference from the scientific data? The Institute for Creation Research would forcefully...

/article/july-astronomical-highlights
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - This month (July 2020), multiple astronomical objects highlight God’s glory displayed in the heavens.1 For the next two weeks, all five planets visible to the naked eye—Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn—appear shortly...

/article/environmentalist-apologize-climate-change-alarmism
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - In late June, Forbes magazine published an article by environmentalist and climate activist Michael Shellenberger in which he apologized for thirty years of climate alarmism promoted by the environmental movement. Shellenberger thinks climate...

/article/comet-now-visible-to-the-naked-eye
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - Stargazers have been disappointed earlier this year by comets ATLAS and SWAN, which disintegrated before they could put on good celestial shows. But another comet is now appearing in the sky and delighting stargazers.1,2 This comet has been...

/article/saharan-dust-cloud-strikes-united-states
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - Recently, the southeastern United States was hit by a huge cloud of dust from the Sahara desert that drifted across the Atlantic Ocean. A second such cloud arrived soon after.1,2 These Saharan dust clouds are actually quite common, but this plume...

/article/titan-receding-from-saturn-faster-than-expected
Jake Hebert, Ph.D. - Data obtained from the Cassini space probe show that Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, is receding away from Saturn a hundred times faster than scientists previously thought.1,2 Titan is moving away from Saturn for basically the same reason...

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