Hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, Cosmos: A Space-Time Odyssey hits Fox in March. Tyson talked with WIRED about inheriting the Carl Sagan’s mantle, what the new Cosmos hopes to teach us, and the future of science and education in …
OOPS I didn’t realize this had already gone live. I interviewed Neil deGrasse Tyson about the new Cosmos, the state of science education in America, and the future of space exploration.
I’ve been covering Cosmos: A Space-Time Odyssey for WIRED for a little under a year now. I’m still working on a review of the first (stunning, brilliant) episode, but meanwhile, here are some of the other articles I’ve written about the series and the legacy it’s building on:
do you think edgar mitchell is crazy when he talks about ufos? I mentioned it to my astronomy professor and she was like "yeah he's old and probably going a little crazy" but I don't know. he's what I consider a credible source. I mean he's the one that went to the moon, she's never left earth's atmosphere. you think he's crazy?
I personally don’t believe in UFOs, but there are plenty of sane people who do. For that, and for many other reasons, I think Ed Mitchell is perfectly fine.