Creation Astronomy Now


Creation Astronomy Now

A Public group for all Creation Astronomers.

Members: 12
Latest Activity: May 21, 2016


Welcome to the Creation Astronomy Now group here on Creation Conversations. This is an open group open to all Creation Astronomers who want to meet each other, discuss common Astronomy issues, and get involved in the Creation Astronomy movement.

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exploding stars, real or fake, what other objects? 2 Replies

Was looking at this movie that used images from nasa in California (possibly Jet Propulsion Laboratories) , the one's I've seen have been computer generated video, which aren't real, and still…Continue

Tags: explosions, space, star, supernova

Started by TrustJesus. Last reply by Dr. Derek P. Blake Nov 4, 2015.

Questions about new claims 1 Reply

I was about the Cosmic Microwave Background; I just read about it here:…Continue

Tags: astronomy, creation, CMB, quasars

Started by Steven Posey. Last reply by Dr. Derek P. Blake Dec 27, 2013.

The Longest Day 2 Replies

Hi, something that I just posted on another discussion made me think that it may be a good…Continue

Started by Dr. Derek P. Blake. Last reply by Dr. Derek P. Blake Dec 10, 2013.

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Comment by Dr. Derek P. Blake on August 3, 2014 at 7:57am

For any who are interested, August's Observing notes have just been posted on my, astronomy site, just go to:

Comment by Dr. Derek P. Blake on April 2, 2014 at 11:26am

Hi there and greetings.

I have an astronomy site which is linked to another on-line christian Community (God's Faithbook) if you have any interest at all in astronomy, you may like to check it out.  There are lots of resources there and the Observing Notes are posted each month for the following weeks.  You can find me at:

Comment by Dr. Derek P. Blake on February 19, 2014 at 4:15pm

I have five web-sites, plus the astronomy group site, to keep going, as well as my usual chores like writing articles, my books and every-day life.  If you wish I could post here what I post on my other grout and site, it your choice.

Comment by Vinnie Harned on February 19, 2014 at 1:47pm

Yeah I know. I can't just spend all my time on this group though. I have to keep running and up-to-date. It's hard to remember every thing that I have to do. Maybe I could set you as a administrator so that you could help out.

Comment by Dr. Derek P. Blake on February 19, 2014 at 11:49am

Hi Vinnie, I was just wondering if this group will get going any time soon, there seems to have been no activity since December, and I have to say I am a little disappointed. I have a similar group on another community site that was set up just after I joined this group and now has twenty-five members with many daily hits, it even has an off-site resource website (to extend storage). I provide star guides, and star maps, with articles and 'heads up' items on what is happening in the night sky. You really need to put the time in if these groups are going to work.

Comment by Steven Posey on December 26, 2013 at 10:25pm

Yes, I watched it via google+.

Comment by Vinnie Harned on December 26, 2013 at 5:30pm

Thanks. It was quite a job! Did you see the Video?

Comment by Steven Posey on December 23, 2013 at 2:50pm

Hey, Vinnie & Joe, great job on episode 8.

Comment by Dr. Derek P. Blake on December 19, 2013 at 1:34pm

Light pollution is a pain to astronomers, so you may need to get out into the country where there no lights.  Even binoculars and telescopes don't help to cut through the pollution as the light is reflected off of particles (dust, water, and the air itself) so all you get is a better view of the pollution.  You could always make a complaint to the solar farm, they may have an answer, I complained to a local parking lot and they fitted new covers to their lights.  You need to start off from one constellation you recognise, like Orion or Ursa Major (Big Dipper) and work out, discovering the wonders of the sky

Comment by Steven Posey on December 19, 2013 at 1:17pm

 Binoculars are it for right now. I've always wanted to know about the constellations and stuff but haven't taken the time to learn. I live next to a solar farm that has bright lights on every night; we don't even need a flashlight normally to walk around outside. So I don't know but I'm going to take time and check out the night sky (and early morning sky, thank you Vinnie) and see how it goes.  


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