Tsunamis are a recurring theme in disaster movies. The Impossible depicts a family’s struggle to survive in the aftermath of … Continue reading Was Mars Once Plagued by Tsunamis?
A team of 10 Chinese astronomers recently announced the first-ever discovery of a supermassive black hole binary.1 They found the … Continue reading What Does the Discovery of a Supermassive Black Hole Binary Mean for Creationism?
In the search for distant planetary systems, astronomers employ a special method to discover planets beyond the range of our … Continue reading What Microlensed Planets Reveal about Our Solar System
Have you thanked God for neutron and black hole merging events today? You should. A new study of an ancient … Continue reading Thank God for Merging Neutron Stars
Is Earth special? A large fraction of the scientific community doesn’t think so. In fact, most have adopted the Copernican … Continue reading 3 Ways Planet Earth Stands Out
On February 11, the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) research team announced that they had discovered gravitational waves.1 This remarkable … Continue reading How Gravitational Waves Help Explain the Universe’s History
Stranded on Mars and assumed dead, astronaut Mark Watney tells himself, “I’ve got to make water and grow food on … Continue reading Could Earth’s Toughest Life-Forms Survive on Mars?
In 1930, American astronomer Clyde Tombaugh discovered a large body in the outer solar system. After analyzing astronomical photographs of … Continue reading Have Astronomers Found Pluto’s Replacement?
Have you thanked God for short-lived radioisotopes today? You should. Because our solar system was exposed to a huge abundance … Continue reading How God Used Short-Lived Radioisotopes to Create Life
In recent years, the question of Mars has shifted from whether it hosts advanced life (an idea shown to be … Continue reading Did Mars Ever Have Liquid Water?