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God Alone Can Permanently Ground Our Sense of Wonder

Outer space, Shatner Reacts to Seeing the Final Frontier

The actor who played Captain Kirk from Star Trek recently went to space in real life. The 90-year-old actor was awestricken by the experience, sharing that the journey was almost spiritual. This sensation is often called the “overview effect,” space tends to raise deep longings for significance. But, soon this feel will likely fade. The only thing that can permanently ground our sense of wonder is God Himself.

NASA to Build Telescope to Find Killer Asteroids: Finding Hope for an Uncertain Future

NASA to Build Telescope to Find Killer Asteroids: Finding Hope for an Uncertain Future
While many are focusing on the “whistleblower” complaint against President Trump that was made public yesterday, NASA is responding to an issue that is celestial but could become terrestrial: the space agency is moving forward with plans to launch a telescope that could detect asteroids on a collision course with Earth. Why is such a telescope essential?
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