Sacred Space Astronomy
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Talking Faith and Science, Part I (FAW)
Asteroid 2004 BL86 is a Binary
Dawn Images of Ceres now Better Than the Hubble Space Telescope
Across the Universe: The freedom to obey
Now Published: Rosetta’s Early Comet Results
The Expanding Universe
Triple Shadow Transit of Jupiter’s Moons
SDO Shows the Sun in a New Light
Dawn Mission Sees Dwarf Planet Ceres Rotating
“And Do Not Return There till They Have Watered the Earth:” Wondering about Hebrews & Hydrology
What’s in the Milky Way?
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