Friday, October 26, 2012

Written in the stars

Check it out: "Astronomers have catalogued 84 million stars at the heart of the Milky Way galaxy using an enormous cosmic photo snapped by a telescope in Chile, a view that is billed as the largest survey ever of the stars in our galaxy's core."

And that's just the bulge at the center of the galaxy, and just what we've managed to catalog so far! There are billions more stars in the Milky Way-- not to mention the other billions of galaxies out there. All those stars, many (if not most) with planets... who can look up into the unimaginably vast sky and really believe Earth was specially created by God?

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