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"The heavens are telling the glory of God; and the firmament proclaims his handiwork," exclaims the Psalmist. The heavens are beckoning us, telling us that this wonderful, mind-boggling cosmic display is indeed the work of the creator. And now, using rovers and satellites, we're venturing further out into the vastness of space than ever before.
In Star Struck, Christian astronomer David Bradstreet has joined forces with award-winning writer Steve Rabey to take readers on a guided tour of the biggest story ever, offering both intriguing science lessons and powerful spiritual insights.
Combining a respect and admiration for mainstream astronomy with a zeal for uncovering new details about God's celestial handiwork, this book unveils such vast and turbulent wonders as stars, planets, asteroids, nebulae, comets, and dark matter--all revealing the majesty and mystery of the God who created the cosmos long ago and still sustains it today.
Number of Pages: 312
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 9.03 X 6.60 X 1.40 (inches)|
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David H. Bradstreet is an award-winning professor, author and astronomy "rock star" who has been teaching students of all ages about the heavens since 1976 at Eastern University, where he serves as Professor and Chair of the Astronomy and Physics Department and Director of the David H. Bradstreet Observatory and Julia Fowler Planetarium.
Dave earned a M.S. and Ph. D. in Astronomy and Astrophysics from the University of Pennsylvania and has worked with NASA, the National Science Foundation and the International Astronomical Union. He co-authored the Binary Maker 3.0 software program that helps astronomical researchers worldwide calculate the characteristics of binary stars. In 2014 the International Astronomical Union named the asteroid 5826 Bradstreet in honor of Daves work in binary stars and for his innovative digital planetarium curriculum. Dave has been happily married to his best friend, Colleen, for 39 years.