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The “Hand of God” photographed in space

NASA’s NuSTAR (Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array) photographed an image, apparently from a supernova explosion, that appeared to be in the shape of a partial human hand and was dubbed the “hand of God.” Of course, some of the news articles were quick to point out that “religion and astronomy don’t often overlap,” despite the fact that some of the most famous astronomers and space personnel in history believed in God and at minimum were influenced in their research by a belief that there is order and purpose in the universe which is not accidental.

If it is indeed the hand of God, it’s probably on the way toward Earth to slap some sense into us.