Do you have trouble making the case for God's existence to those who don’t believe? Apologist Lee Strobel will share how you can use scientific evidence to let others know there is, undoubtedly, a Creator responsible for our universe. He’ll bring fascinating, undeniable proof of intelligent design.
APOD: 2010 May 9 - Halo of the Cat's Eye
The Cat's Eye Nebula (NGC 6543) is one of the best known planetary nebulae in the sky. Its haunting symmetries are seen in the very central region of this stunning false-color picture, processed to reveal the enormous but extremely faint halo of gaseous material, over three light-years across, which surrounds the brighter, familiar planetary nebula. - Image Credit : R. Corradi (Isaac Newton Group), Nordic Optical Telescope
Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014: the shortlist - in pictures
Photograph: Mark Hanson/Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2014... NGC 6888 by Mark Hanson (US). This colourful starscape taken from Rancho Hidalgo, New Mexico, US reveals the searing heat of the Crescent Nebula glowing in a whirl of red and blue. (Cropped for Pinterest, click on the image for story and full image)
Explore. Discover. Dream. Former 1st FW pilot has a new mission to the stars
This stellar swarm is M80 (NGC 6093), one of the densest of the 147 known globular star clusters in the Milky Way galaxy. Located about 28,000 light-years from Earth, M80 contains hundreds of thousands of stars, all held together by their mutual gravitational attraction. - Courtesy Photo | NASA
APOD: 2014 March 27 - Stephan's Quintet Plus One
The first identified compact galaxy group, Stephan's Quintet is featured in this remarkable image constructed with data drawn from Hubble Legacy Archive and the Subaru Telescope on the summit of Mauna Kea. The galaxies of the quintet are gathered near the center of the field, but really only four of the five are locked in a cosmic dance of repeated close encounters taking place some 300 million light-years away.