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Black Hole in Whirpool Galaxy

Discussion in 'Water Cooler' started by seekingchrist, Jan 8, 2009.

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    Hi Everyone,
    I found this article when I was browsing through the internet.

    In his presentation Louie explained how with the use of the Hubble space telescope, that we have been able to search the cosmos with such clarity and distance in that the pictures we see coming back are just breathtaking to look at, and that truly shows the glory of God!

    In one such picture he shows is the Whirlpool galaxy which lies perpendicular to earth that is why it is called the darling of astronomy, and gives us a beautiful and awesome display of what many believe is the most beautiful galaxy so far discovered and believe me there are hundreds of billions of galaxies out there, here’s a picture of the Whirlpool galaxy…

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    Louie went on to explain further that within the center of this galaxy the Hubble has discovered a black hole and a further observation of this black hole revealed to his amazement something very profound.

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    That's right what you see is a perfect shape of the cross of Jesus Christ some 31 million light-years from us. He existed before anything else, and “he holds all creation together”. Colossians 1:17

    Amen
     

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