Saturn Further Supports Creation

In a previous article about Saturn, we saw that Saturn presents several enigmas for secular cosmologists. It also provides support for biblical creation models for a young universe. The rings of Saturn should not be there, it is a gas giant, it has low density, has dozens of moons (many of which also pose their own puzzles), and so on.

Credit: NASA / STScI
What is worse for evolutionary cosmologists is that fact that creationist scientist Dr. D. Russell Humphreys predicted the magnetic fields of several planets (including Saturn). Not only was he proved right, but the evolutionists were proved quite wrong. Things are cranking up even more now because the auroras of Saturn are frustrating secular models that have been suggested for the planet's magnetic field.
Over a million people have viewed the NASA video "Walking On Air," which features stunning arctic and Antarctic auroras photographed from the International Space Station.1 They look like glowing green metallic clouds swirling high above broad stretches of Earth's poles. New evidence confirms that, like Earth, Saturn's magnetic field helps create its own auroras. This space spectacle attracts a more fundamental question about where its magnetic field came from in the first place.

Though Saturn is incredibly distant, the Hubble telescope was able to record its auroras in unprecedented detail. It is now clear that Saturn's auroras, best seen in ultraviolet (UV) wavelengths, form when solar outbursts collapse its "magnetotail," the portion of its magnetic field and attending electrified gas that flows in the planet's wake.
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