Creation: The Universe from a backyard

“He determines the number of the stars; He calls them all by their names.” -Psalm 147:4

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The wonder-inducing photographs above and below (click to enlarge), of spectacular clouds of gas surrounding stars in the heavens, were taken by Eric Coles, 70, from the back garden of his home in Illinois!

Using different filters on his five telescopes, Mr. Coles was able to bring out the shapes and patterns created by different gases that have absorbed energy from nearby stars.
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And here’s the backyard photographer, Eric Coles!
Eric Coles
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~Eowyn
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7 responses to “Creation: The Universe from a backyard

  1. Reblogged this on IT'S YOUR LIFE and commented:
    Amazing images of ‘beyond’.

     
  2. Breathtaking photos! Thank you for posting this, Dr. Eowyn!
    The colors remind me of Rembrandt’s palette in his “Storm on the Sea of Galilee” painting.
    Rembrandt_Storm_on_the_Sea_of_Galilee_500px

     
  3. I’m sorry… this might sound a bit childish, but I wonder what the names of these stars are God calls them by name?
    Wonderful pictures!

     
  4. WOW! Amazing pics! Those are the kinda things that,if you tried to describe ’em to your friends,they’d be like,”You’re crazy-I’ve never seen colors like that. It HAS to be faked…..”

     
  5. There is a photo by Hubble of a distant galaxy, which shows Jesus on the Cross
    I believe it was formed at the beginning of creation, as the Bible says He is The Lamb slain before the foundation of the world

     
    • Wow! Thank you, Sara!
      M51, the Spiral Galaxy, is 15-35 million light years away from Earth. 35% the size of the Milky Way, M51’s mass is estimated to be 160 billion solar masses.
      At the heart of the galaxy’s spiral is a black hole. The cross is formed by a ring of dust that is almost perpendicular to the relatively flat spiral nebula, and a secondary ring crossing the primary ring on a different axis, a phenomenon that is contrary to expectations.
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whirlpool_Galaxy

       

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