Astronomers may agree with Joseph Smith's mid-1800s teachings on the future solar system.
A summary of all posts on this blog during the year 2020, in case you wanted to know.
Sirius A is orbited by a white dwarf; and Kolob, we're told, is close to the throne of God. Significant?
What exactly unfolded when "the system of astronomy was unfolded" in 1835?
In 2019, we learned there are billions of crystal, planet-sized spheres in the universe--something that Joseph Smith may have known in 1843.
The etymology of the name of Kolob could imply the star's guts are scattered throughout the galaxy.
In 1835, Joseph Smith said the first star in the universe was also the farthest one away, and I think we need to talk about that.
How the star Kolob may have died billions of years ago to make life as we know it possible.
Joseph Smith taught that the first star was also the greatest star--and he might have been right.
In 1842 Joseph Smith taught that the first thing created in the universe was a star. Today, science teaches the same thing.