The Planets are Young: 5 Uranus and Neptune
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The Planets are Young: 5 Uranus and Neptune

We continue our response to the 2019 BBC-TV series The Planets, presented by Professor Brian Cox. In this article, we are considering the fifth and final episode, Into the Darkness – Ice Worlds. God has provided a marvelous solar system for us humans to marvel at and explore—by instruments such as telescopes, unmanned spacecraft, and eventually perhaps even interplanetary travel. Contrary to atheistic evolutionary theory, life is much more than what can be measured by technology.

By Russell Grigg
Originally published September, 2019

Helpful resources

Our Amazing Created Solar System (hard cover)

Exploring the World of Astronomy (soft cover)

Astronomy Vol 1: Our Created Solar System (DVD)

Evidence for a Young World (soft cover)

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The Planets are Young: 1 Mercury and Venus

The Planets are Young: 2 Earth and Mars

The Planets are Young: 3 Jupiter

The Planets are Young: 4 Saturn

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