Tag: Space

The Far Reach of Your Legacy

I have to admit, I’m a total sucker for images like this one captured by the Hubble Space Telescope. I bet it captures your attention, too! If you’re like most people, including me, it’s not just the psychedelic beauty of what NASA has identified as a “veil nebula” that grabs your attention. It’s also knowing that this crystal clear image reaches us from billions of miles away, and that the celestial debris captured for us to view is actually from a supernova explosion in the Cygnus constellation 8,000 years ago! Not to......

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Expanding Our Curiosity Beyond the Old Limits

From Odyssey Networks’ Faith on the Record series: Have you experienced the awe of contemplating NASA’s beautiful, clear images of Pluto, sent by the New Horizons spacecraft from three billion miles away? There are several reasons why this amazing mission (and the data it gives our scientists on Earth) has touched so many, including this one: “The desire to explore is a central feature of our humanity…the notion of curiosity is fundamental to who we are, and this affirms that.” Watch my video for more insight and discussion.     Odyssey Networks......

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Star Trek, Cathedrals and Us

“To boldly go where no man has gone before” is a phrase many of us know from the opening of Star Trek. The phrase actually originated in a 1958 White House booklet written to galvanize support for the space program in the wake of the Sputnik flight and captures one of the driving creative urges we human beings possess. We seek, quest, explore, and discover from the moment we are born. What we choose to pursue, how expansive our search, with whom we collaborate, how persistent we are to a great extent......

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