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How the writers of Cosmos bring science to life
An interview with Ann Druyan and Brannon Braga.
What Five Seasons Of ‘Brain Games’ Taught Us About Our Brains
We spoke to Jason Silva, host of the National Geographic show
How Carl Sagan Described Death To His Young Daughter
A new essay from Sasha Sagan shows how a great popularizer of science answered his own kid's big questions.
Neil DeGrasse Tyson Likes The Video That Makes Him Sound Stoned
So he showed it at a lecture
The Cosmos, Explained: Neil deGrasse Tyson On His New Series
Tyson will pick up where Carl Sagan left off, hosting a continuation of the "Cosmos" TV series.
CES 2014: A Smartphone-Controlled Telescope for Amateur Stargazers
Celestron's Cosmos-branded scope is the perfect way to spy billions and billions of stars
The Same Laws That Govern Your Brain’s Development May Also Control The Growth Of The Universe
The universe is neither a computer nor a brain, but there are surprisingly similar laws to rule them all.
This Giant Stellar Bubble Looks Like A Dog’s Head
The ESA's XMM-Newton observatory captures a huge X-ray emitting bubble in nearby Canis Major.
Italian Mathematician (Maybe, but Probably Not Really) Explains Away Dark Matter With Math
An interesting piece in Universe Today over the weekend takes the dark matter out of the hunt for dark matter, … Continued
Pretty Space Pics: The Carina Nebula, Birthing Stars in Both Visible and Invisible Light
Today in pretty space pics: Behold, the Carina nebula–but not as it looks with the naked eye. Astronomers at the … Continued