Astronomy Corner

//Astronomy Corner

The Astronomy corner of LiveLiving organization helps you learn and understand about God’s universe to enhance your faith and fitness. It is highly recommended as a part of the Christian Living to understand the relation between science and the Bible. We can learn and recognize the many astronomical facts included within the Bible.

These astronomical facts can help us deepen our relationship with God and others and thus help us enjoy our Christian Living.

Breathing Planet

“Breathing” conjures thoughts of inhalation of pure, refreshing oxygen. But it should also remind us of exhalation—of getting rid of carbon dioxide—which would otherwise accumulate in our cells and poison us. So, breathing does two things: It increases the goodness of our lives by bringing us oxygen, and it also decreases the badness of life [...]

By | April 17th, 2012|Astronomy Corner, Breath|0 Comments

The Sun: A Sabbath Walk in the Sunshine

The days of creation mentioned in Genesis 1 and 2 deal with God’s purposeful, creative acts, but what about Day 7? What did God create on the 7th day? Scripture tells us he rested, yet he was still exercising his creative power—by resting he created the very concept of rest, or Sabbath. Most Christians officially [...]

By | February 24th, 2012|Astronomy Corner, Sabbath|0 Comments

Mars Rock

This past summer, I was blessed to have an internship in association with NASA at the Johnson Space Center in Houston. Near the end of my 10 week internship, my group and I participated in an in-depth tour of NASA’s meteorite curation facility. This pristine laboratory contains tens of thousands of meteorites collected from around [...]

The Heavens on Display Part II

Every other issue I like to walk you through some awe-inspiring views of different parts of God’s Cosmos. May these views of the heavens truly turn our gaze heavenward. Space shuttle Atlantis re-enters the atmosphere during the Space Shuttle Program’s 135th and final flight. An astronaut on the International Space Station took this nighttime image [...]

By | August 18th, 2011|Astronomy Corner, Atmosphere|0 Comments

Optimistic Outlooks

Shackleton crater may be a future landing site, and it’s located almost exactly at the Moon’s south pole (cross hairs). Image Credit: NASA/Arizona State University. This summer I am working as an intern at NASA and the Lunar and Planetary Institute in Houston, TX. I will be studying the moon but the majority of my [...]

By | June 11th, 2011|Astronomy Corner, Water|0 Comments

The Heavens on Display

It'’s time again for a photographic walk through the Solar System and view God's heavens on display! Remember, God is a God of beauty, and through our advanced technology we'’re able to see what His creation is like in other parts of the Solar System. Where in the Solar System is this? While astronauts are [...]

By | April 9th, 2011|Astronomy Corner, Joy and Depression|1 Comment

More Space for the Christian Perspective

Christian astronaut Charlie Duke collecting geological samples by a small crater on the Moon. You can see the lunar rover behind him on the far side of the crater. He, along with fellow astronaut John Young, explored the lunar Descartes Highlands in 1972. "Image credit: NASA/Charlie Duke Since the end of the Apollo manned Moon [...]

By | February 8th, 2011|Astronomy Corner, De-Cluttering Your Life|0 Comments

God’s Art Gallery

There are a lot of historical and biblical precedents for spending time with God while enjoying nature, be it in a field, in the mountains, near a stream, or gazing at clouds, stars, or the moon. {quotes}God invites us to enjoy what He has made and to turn our awe into worship of Him.{/quotes} Jesus often went to [...]

How to Enjoy Sextillions of Stars

“"O holy night! The stars are brightly shining; it is the night of the dear Savior'’s birth".”  So go the opening strains of the popular Christmas carol. As an astronomer, I love any hymn or Bible verse that talks about the stars, sun, or moon. I’'ve reread some Bible verses lately about the sextillions of stars. [...]

By | October 2nd, 2010|Astronomy Corner, Rest in Him|0 Comments