NEWS: 'HAND OF GOD' SPOTTED BY NASA SPACE TELESCOPE (PHOTO)
Religion and astronomy don't often overlap, but a new NASA X-ray image has captured a celestial object that resembles the "Hand of God." The hand was produced when a star blew up and ejected an enormous cloud of material.
Space.com (Date:01/09/2014 13:01)
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