God and the Mystery of the Universe - Video
by University of San Diego
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From the campus of MIT to classrooms in Kenya, from the Blue Ice of Antarctica to the observatory atop Castel Gandolfo, Prof. Consolmagno has found that as his understanding of the Universe and its workings deepens, so does his awe of its Creator. Prof. Consolmagno obtained his B.S. and M.S. from MIT in Earth and Planetary Sciences, and his Ph.D. in Planetary Science from the University of Arizona. He has taught at the Harvard College Observatory and MIT and since 1993 works at the Vatican Observatory as curator of the Vatican’s Meteorite Collection. Prof. Consolmagno has authored/coauthored five books, numerous scholarly articles and has served on the governing boards of various astronomical societies. In 2000, the International Astronomical Union named an asteroid in his honor: “4597 Consolmagno”.
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