Sunday, March 25, 2007

star gazing

I had the opportunity to go star gazing yesterday evening. Not only did I get to go star gazing but I was able to see Saturn through the telescope. I was able to capture a very far view of Saturn with my camera through the telescope. There are so many lessons we can learn from the galaxy. God has a great mind...He thinks of everything! He's awesome!

Facts about SATURN:

Saturn is the sixth planet from the Sun and is the second largest in the solar system with an equatorial diameter of 119,300 kilometers (74,130 miles). Much of what is known about the planet is due to the Voyager explorations in 1980-81. Saturn is visibly flattened at the poles, a result of the very fast rotation of the planet on its axis. Its day is 10 hours, 39 minutes long, and it takes 29.5 Earth years to revolve about the Sun. The atmosphere is primarily composed of hydrogen with small amounts of helium and methane. Saturn is the only planet less dense than water (about 30 percent less). In the unlikely event that a large enough ocean could be found, Saturn would float in it. Saturn's hazy yellow hue is marked by broad atmospheric banding similar to, but fainter than, that found on Jupiter.

Saturn's ring system makes the planet one of the most beautiful objects in the solar system. The rings are split into a number of different parts, which include the bright A and B rings and a fainter C ring.

Friday, March 23, 2007

My Family

Dad. Mom. Jamie. Jan. Jolly. Lolo. Lola.

Friday, March 9, 2007

An Interview with ME

My testimony COMING SOON!