David Coppedge, B.S. (Physics with honors), B.S. (Secondary Education cum laud), gave a recap on NASA's completed Cassini Mission to Saturn, highlighting things learned about the planet Saturn, its rings, and its moons. The Cassini spacecraft crashed into Saturn on September 15, 2017.
About our Speaker:
For 14 years, David F. Coppedge worked at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory for NASA’s most ambitious interplanetary mission, the Cassini Mission to Saturn. For most of that time, he was Team Lead System Administrator, responsible for 15 networks and more than 200 computers across America and Europe. David has also been very active in Intelligent Design and Biblical Creation circles. He led the Bible Science Association of San Fernando Valley for 25 years. He has led more than 350 “Creation Safaris,” ranging from stargazing parties and local field trips to rigorous hiking and camping expeditions. Since its inception, David has been on the board of Illustra Media, producer of exceptional documentaries on Intelligent Design and Christian apologetics. And since 2001, David has maintained the “Creation-Evolution Headlines” websites (Creation-Evolution Headlines and crev.info), combing the scientific journals, reporting and commenting almost daily on the latest findings in science related to Creation vs. Evolution. The site is visited by 70 countries from every continent.
David is a Logos Research Associate.