• “Elegy for Carl Sagan”

    Bradleigh Stockwell submitted a thoughtful musical arrangement w/ music video called “Elegy for Carl Sagan.” The film was originally completed on November 9, 2011, the date of Dr. Sagan’s 77th birthday, and was shot in and around San Francisco. The images from space were captured by the Hubble Space Telescope archives. Stockwell says that, “The music […]

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  • Carl Sagan says, “You’re Awesome”

    “Once we overcome our fear of being tiny, we find ourselves on the threshold of a vast and awesome Universe that utterly dwarfs — in time, in space, and in potential — the tidy anthropocentric proscenium of our ancestors. We gaze across billions of light-years of space to view the Universe shortly after the Big […]

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  • “The Frontier” – a song inspired by Carl Sagan

    Rohan Sahai contributed an original composition featuring Carl Sagan’s famous musings on the Pale Blue Dot, and more.

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  • Pixel Portrait

    TheRantsofReason created this lovely portrait of Carl Sagan using markers. This portrait took approximately 12 hours to complete. The artist has also made similar prints of scientific celebrities including Brian Cox and Stephen Hawking.  

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  • GIF: Carl Sagan Becomes the Sun

    One of the most often repeated Carl Sagan quotes is about how all of everything is made from star stuff. Over at Flickr, Max Capacity +, recently posted an impressionistic take on this statement. The result is mesmerizing. So mesmerizing in fact, you’ll need to click through to check it out.

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  • Internet Folds In / Onto Itself, Result Sagan Old Spice Mashup

    Pale Blue Dot Meet Old Spice

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  • Carl Sagan and His Fully Armed Spaceship of the Imagination

    Professional storyboard artist Michael writes about how Carl Sagan inspired his story called “Carl Sagan and His Fully Armed Spaceship of the Imagination”

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  • Demon Haunted World

    Gunnar shared a Sagan related video that he made via the submission form. Check out his take on science as a candle in the dark:

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  • The Symphony Continues

    Back with the fourth installment of his Symphony of Science, John Boswell turns the focus from the cosmos to biology. This movement features Jane Goodall, David Attenborough and of course Carl Sagan.

    Check it out! And also check out the new Symphony of Science website. It’s great.

    Click more for lyrics.

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  • If you want to make an apple pie from scratch…

    To celebrate Dr. Sagan’s birthday, Joe and Julie from St. Louis made an apple pie and this photo essay from scratch.

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