Carl Sagan’s iconic science show is back with Neil deGrasse Tyson at the helm. And it is awesome.
We all lie to ourselves sometimes. Comics by AmazingSuperPowers.
Here’s a relic from the astrophysicist’s childhood. (via brainpickings.org)
The spacecraft, launched 36 years ago, has now become the first man-made object to leave our solar system. These vintage pics show the details of the spacecraft — including that famous Golden Record created by Carl Sagan.
An animated take on Carl Sagan’s “Pale Blue Dot” monologue, inspired by the photo of Earth taken from the Voyager 1 space probe.
Screw sweater season. It’s turtleneck time, bitches.
All you need are some apples, a pie shell, and a universe.
Zen Pencils is a beautiful and amazing webcomic done by Gavin Aung Than that illustrates some of history’s most famous motivational quotes. Get ready to feel a lot of feels.
Attention Science Geeks: I have some good news and I have some bad news. Good News: They’re making a Cosmos sequel. Bad News: It’s on FOX. Good News: It’s being presented by Neil DeGrasse Tyson. Bad News: It’s being produced by Seth MacFarlane. Yes. THAT Seth MacFarlane. So here are two videos for you: Neil DeGrasse Tyson discussing Carl Sagan and Family Guy’s take on Cosmos for Rednecks. (Via GeekDad) View List ›
The Tumblr Can’t You Read has created a meme called Sexy Sagan, transforming Carl Sagan quotes into a cosmos of corny astronomical pick up lines. Girl, how about you and I make like Jodie Foster and engage in some Contact? View List ›
If you want to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first create Thundera.
Look up, now down. Those diamonds are now stars. Can Old Spice make this gif a reality? Read More ›
This video gives me feelings. Warning: There are some graphic depictions from the protests. Keep fighting the good fight. Watch Video ›
“The Unbroken Thread” is the fourth video in the Symphony of Science series. David Attenborough and Carl Sagan featuring Jane Goodall. In my opinion this is the best in the series so far! Jane adds grace and finesse to the harmony. (via symphonyofscience.com) Watch Video ›
If the Milky Way were navigable via the London Tube, it might look something like this. The transfer from the Outer Line to Sagittarius at Galactic Center takes forever during rush hour. View Image ›