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Viewers in Oklahoma who tuned into watch 'Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey,' hosted by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson , missed about 15 seconds of the show, which just happened to be the one part where Dr. Tyson mentioned evolution.
Rick Mastracchio explains Newton's third law of motion works in microgravity.
Ferguson will also host the show, which will premiere on the Science Channel. According to Variety , each episode will be an hour-long, and full of live-action, animation, re-enactments, and celebrity guests such as Bill Nye. Here's how Ferguson
A Spacetime Odyssey" a red giant in the TV ratings or more of a white dwarf?...The science-minded people at Fox predict that Sunday's premiere of "Family Guy" producer Seth MacFarlane 's reboot of the classic Carl Sagan docu-series this time hosted
A Spacetime Odyssey" premiered Sunday night (March 9), rebooting the series that the late astronomer Carl Sagan turned into a TV classic 34 years ago.
Through it all, Tyson has maintained his good humor as he's promoted the show. Neil deGrasse Tyson on 'Cosmos' debut "The universe is hilarious!" he told GQ in a recent interview . "Like, Venus is 900 degrees...But that's not as fun as saying, 'You
Back in the old days, the only thing you could watch on Sunday nights was 60 Minutes . Maybe The Simpsons, if your parents were cool. (Old days, in this context, refers to the mid-90s.) Now our weekends are cut short by a mounting anxiety attack over
hosts the new Cosmos, which is written and executive produced by Sagans widow, Ann Druyan, who also was a writer on the original series. Seth (Family Guy) MacFarlane and Brannon (Star Trek: Voyager) Braga are the other two producers. No Family Guy
EDT Neil DeGrasse Tyson Gary Miller/FilmMagic It's been nearly 35 years since Carl Sagan became a global celebrity hosting PBS's guide to the universe, Cosmos . In that classic series he also originated the catchphrase "billions and billions," which
Cosmos' Returns in Grand Fashion Who knew that all it would take to get America back into science was a little push from the guy behind Family Guy?...Film Festival this week, both writer Ann Dryan, the widow and longtime collaborator of Carl Sagan,