Outrageous Deep-Sky Objects Fluster Cosmologists

Looking up at the night skies can bring a sense of awe at God's handiwork (Gen. 1:16, Psalm 8:3-4). Ever check out the night skies in, say, Montana, Arizona, or Chaco Culture National Historical Park (down New Mexico way)? Great places to break out a telescope. Ever wish you had one of those big ones?

Astronomers and cosmologists are flustered by "outrageous" objects and discoveries that cause more problems for cosmic evolution and the Big Bang.
Abell 901/902 supercluster image credit: ESO (CC BY 4.0)
Back when telescopes were newfangled devices, stargazers thought they had them all counted. As telescopes advanced, more stars were discovered, and galaxies full of stars. Then clusters. And then superclusters. Still more structures and such are being discovered, and advocates of deep time are going haywire over how what they see goes against their predictions and give even more problems for the Big Bang evolutionary cosmology. Well, sure, that kind of cognitive dissonance is bound to happen when people keep trying to deny that God created the universe, and he did it much more recently than they'll allow.

To see what I'm going on about, here is a pair of articles with detailed information for you. "Astronomers Deal With Outrageous Phenomena", and also "Record-Setting Cosmic Structures Challenge Big Bang". Also, here's a technical piece by Dr. Jason Lisle, "New Method to Assess the Luminosity Function of Galaxies".