• Planet Walk.

    From the Sagan Gathering:

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  • An Essay.

    All apologies to Audrey who wrote this essay. She originally wrote it for the blog-a-thon, back in December ’06, and unfortunately it fell through the cracks. Thanks go to Joel, though, for finding a home for the essay here, on Celebrating Sagan. Ten years ago, the world lost a great man, astronomer, and teacher. Last […]

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  • Marriage, Sagan, and the Canary Islands

    Hi, This is Panta from Canary Islands, Spain. Here is my little contribution to your memory, Mr. Sagan. When I got married I wrote my future wife a text becoming from Cosmos : ‘En la inmensidad del tiempo y la infinitud del tiempo mi alegría escompartir un lugar y una época contigo’ Thanks for so […]

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  • Carl Sagan Gathering article in this week’s Ithaca Times

    Larry Klaes wrote an article about the Sagan Gathering for the Ithaca Times this week. Check it out here or just read on below. A Organizational Voyage By Larry Klaes Cornell University professor and world-renowned astronomer and scientist Carl Sagan unquestionably is one of Ithaca’s most well-known former residents, having lived in this town from […]

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  • Sagan Brigade at Ithaca Festival

    Pat recently wrote to us to ask for help in putting together a Sagan Brigade for the Ithaca Festival Parade which takes place in early June. The parade form deadline is March 17th, so if your interested in participating please email Pat ASAP at SaganGathering@yahoo.com, or help spread the word. Here’s a bit of what […]

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  • My son, Sagan. Part Two.

    A friend sent me a link to your site. I saw the photo of SmW’s son, Sagan, posted on Feb 14. Our son is named Sagan too! When camping last year we met another family with a 5 year old named Sagan. I wonder how many of us are out there? There must be thousands! […]

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  • My son, Sagan

    Heres our contribution to “Celebrating Sagan”… my son Sagan. My husband and I can’t wait to watch Cosmos with our kids and explain to them who this great man was. I get lots of comments on the name and he gives me an opportunity to explain to others the meaning behind it. – SmW

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  • Cosmic Calendar

    In response to the Cosmic Clock post, Larry Klaes wrote to remind of us of Carl’s Cosmic Calendar:

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  • Three Bedrooms – A Tribute to Carl Sagan

    Scott Thompson emailed us the link to his blog-a-thon post, which is a worthwhile read. Here’s a excerpt: When I was a young teen in 1980 there were three televisions in the house: One was in the small family room, and was typically shared by my parents. Another was in their bedroom – used primarily […]

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  • celebratingsagan

    When I was at home with my family in the Christmas Eve I just looked at my library and saw at the billions and billions book and realized that have been passed ten years since Carl Sagan left this world. Then I tought in all the things he taught me in his books, not only […]

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