Time for some good news, new photos of Jupiter and Shaun the Sheep moon mission.

JamesSuth

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NASA have released new photos of the planet Jupiter, taken from the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), showing the planet as not seen before. News article at BBC. It says that the light shown in the telescope started travelling to earth 13 billion years ago, which got me thinking - the further into space we are seeing, the further back in time we are seeing. For all we know God may be making all sorts of planets and creations way out in space.

And, Shaun the Sheep is going to the moon! I hope he is taking advice from Gromit, after his successful moon visit of some years ago.
 

athenasius

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NASA have released new photos of the planet Jupiter, taken from the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST), showing the planet as not seen before. News article at BBC. It says that the light shown in the telescope started travelling to earth 13 billion years ago, which got me thinking - the further into space we are seeing, the further back in time we are seeing. For all we know God may be making all sorts of planets and creations way out in space.

And, Shaun the Sheep is going to the moon! I hope he is taking advice from Gromit, after his successful moon visit of some years ago.
James, you've made my day, and brought JOY to my 5 granddaughters who are fans of Shaun the Sheep!

I don't know if it's because they have sheep on their farm, a small herd and the small herd of granddaughters tend the sheep, but whenever they get to watch TV which is not often, it's Shaun the Sheep!

So I frequently let them watch as much as they like of Shaun and his exploits.

I figure our daughter will leverage as much science and astronomy as she can with the combo of NASA and Shaun! She homeschools them.
 

JamesSuth

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James, you've made my day, and brought JOY to my 5 granddaughters who are fans of Shaun the Sheep!

I don't know if it's because they have sheep on their farm, a small herd and the small herd of granddaughters tend the sheep, but whenever they get to watch TV which is not often, it's Shaun the Sheep!

So I frequently let them watch as much as they like of Shaun and his exploits.

I figure our daughter will leverage as much science and astronomy as she can with the combo of NASA and Shaun! She homeschools them.
Great, I'm pleased to hear that! Blessings to you and the family, @athenasius. :)
 
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