SCIENCE IN THE BIBLE:
Pleiades Constellation is a Bound cluster, not breaking up.
"Canst thou bind the sweet influences (cluster) of Pleiades?" Job 38:31. In 1520 BC, God said that the Pleiades star cluster is bound together in a highly stable group. Today using high-powered telescopes, this has been shown to be true. It is a bound cluster
of about 500 stars, 50 light years across and 410 lightyears away from earth. The individual stars cannot overcome the "chains" of gravity and allow them to break away from the cluster. The cluster is not expanding, nor breaking up, but is bound together. This
situation is very uncommon as the reverse is usually true of all open or galactic clusters. Also, photographs reveal that some of it's stars are veiled in a faint transparent blue haze of gas and dust, which beautifully reflect the glory of the stars in the cluster with their various colours. The cluster is indeed "sweet" in colour as God said in Job 38:31.
Question: How did the Bible know these two details, which are not observable to the naked eye?
Answer: The a ll-knowing God Who created the stars,
authored the Bible.