Posts tagged with ‘origin of comets’

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The Moon’s Interior Could Contain Lots of Water, Study Shows

by Kevin Lea

By Samantha Mathewson, Space.com Contributor July 24, 2017 Note from Pastor Kevin:  For those interested in understanding why the near and far side of the moon are so different, and why it should come as no surprise that there is water on the moon, please see http://www.creationscience.com/onlinebook/Comets2.html Ancient volcanic deposits on the moon suggest the lunar […]

NASA Has Stunning Video of A Giant Asteroid That’s Set To Whiz Past Earth

by Kevin Lea

By Chris Ciaccia April 19, 2017 NASA has released radar images of the asteroid known as 2014 JO25, as the space rock prepares to fly by Earth on Wednesday night. Various telescopes and observatories around the planet, including the Arecibo Observatory, have begun sending radar towards the asteroid, while also recording its echoes. Additional observations of […]