Today’s featured entry from the Vatican Observatory Faith and Science pages:
“The Pope’s Meteor Man” (click here for it)
A article by the University of Central Florida features Vatican astronomer Br. Bob Macke, who received his Ph.D. from UCF that discusses Macke’s work on meteorites, the work and history of the Vatican Observatory, and more. click here to continue
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