Cosmos by Neil Degrasse Tyson

Sunday March 9th will be the premier of the remake of Cosmos with American physicist Neil Degrasse Tyson.  The original series conducted by Carl Sagan in 1980 was a series of 13, 1 hour episodes that narrated a visual journey through space and the universe.  Although the 1980’s Cosmos series lacked the realistic special effects we have nowadays it had one of the greatest genius of all time, Carl Sagan.  Sagan’s unique tone of voice, his communication ability and passion towards knowledge and discovery made Cosmos a really inspirational TV show, that changed the lives of many.  Neil Degrasse Tyson has a huge challenge today to carry on with Sagan’s legacy and timeless show, we hope he will not disappoint the audiences.  Tyson carries on with the Cosmos legacy with more than 30 years of advancements in special effects and computer graphics animation and new discoveries in quantum physics, space exploration and discoveries in astronomy.

Here is the official Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey.


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Anthony Tate

Psychologist with a master in communication and journalism. Currently consulting on digital media and online advertising... and sole writer at Criticality, ;)

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