Daily Archives: 15 November 2005

Closer To Home

Cassini runs Saturn’s rings through its red, green, and blue “eyes” to approximate the true colors a spacefarer would see. I’d love to cruise a neighborhood with sights like this.

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A Peek in the Nursery

The Spitzer Infrared space telescope sends us these images. Up top is a starforming region in Perseus about six quadrillion miles away. The middle image shows a visible light comparison to the infrared version of Eta Carinae. The spectrum on … Continue reading

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Continuing the Tour of Vatican II

For people who want to be in the know, there’s the plan for the next few documents. The declaration on religious freedom, Dignitatis Humanae, will be next and probably take us up to Thanksgiving time. That was the recommendation of … Continue reading

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Nostra Aetate and the Jews

I hope that you’ve been carefully reading Nostra Aetate along with Todd. Midstream: A Jewish Monthly Review held a panel on Nostra Aetate, printed in its September/October 2005 issue. Dr Eugene Fisher, associate director of the Secretariat for Ecumenical and … Continue reading

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