(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({ google_ad_client: "ca-pub-8106879304633798", enable_page_level_ads: true });
Home / Tag: astronomy

Tag Archives: astronomy

It wasn’t Wormwood of Revelation but meteor rattling nerves over Pittsburgh

meteor

It wasn’t the Biblical “Wormwood,” a falling star described in Revelation, but a meteor over Pennsylvania Saturday definitely drew attention. The New Year’s Day “shooting star” caused an earthshaking boom over suburban ...

Read More »

“Christmas comet” expected to be visible tonight

Comet Leonard will make a close approach to Venus two days before Christmas after passing by the Earth just a few days ago. According to an Arizona State University astronomer, the comet ...

Read More »

Comet Leonard visible through Christmas

comet leonard

There’s still time to see the year’s brightest comet but look quick! Comet Leonard was first seen near Jupiter in early 2021 and is on its way around the sun. This ball ...

Read More »

Is this week’s meeting of planets the Star of Bethlehem?

planets star

Few would disagree that COVID-2020 has been a year like no other in any of our lifetimes. We could all certainly use a little extra Christmas cheer this season. How about a ...

Read More »

Astronomers predict a rare ‘Christmas star’ on December 21

christmas star

The three wise men were not the only ones who were able to see the Christmas star. Astronomers say Saturn and Jupiter will align into a bright Christmas star on December 21. ...

Read More »

Lunar eclipse tonight is sight not to miss

lunar eclipse

Whoever staged the celebrations around tonight’s AFC Championship game between the Chiefs and the Patriots did a great job. Enter…the lunar eclipse. As seen from Kansas City, the Moon will be high ...

Read More »

Scientists confirm how Sodom was destroyed

sodom

Many historians and scientists have, for years, doubted the Biblical story of Sodom. Destroyed by fire and heat from the sky, the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah were destroyed for their sinfulness. ...

Read More »
X
X