Tuesday, 24 April 2012


"When the sky is torn apart, so it was (like) a red rose, like ointment."                               (Ar-Rahman,55) 

This picture of the "Cat's Eye Nebula," taken on September 18, 1994, by the NASA Hubble Space Telescope is officially referred to as NGC 6543. Estimated to be 1,000 years old, the nebula is a visual "fossil record" of the dynamics and late evolution of a dying star. NGC 6543 is an exploding star 3,000 light-years away in the northern constellation Draco.
The “Cat’s Eye Nebula” is exactly look like red rose as mentioned in Quran, and it should be label as "Oily Red Rose Nebula." The question is, how would the Quran know that when a star explodes, it is like an oily red rose, since it has been stated around 1,400 years ago? The only reason is, the Quran is kitabullah.

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