• Everyone You Ever Heard Of…

    Pale Blue Dot

    ORDER, a 2D/3D animation and digital production studio, created this Pale Blue Dot tribute to Carl Sagan using, “After Effects with extensive sound work created to sit alongside the music from ‘Cosmos’ and the spoken word from Sagan.” Follow ORDER on Twitter and visit them at their website. You can also watch “Everyone You Ever Heard [...]

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  • Earth

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    This telling of the Pale Blue Dot includes was produced by Michael Marantz. He shot, edited, and composed the music for “Earth.” You can view Marantz’s other video work, buy his music, and follow him on Twitter.

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  • You are here

    Carl Sagan Series III - reassuring fable reedited (繁體中文字幕)

    Compiled by Patrick Mylund Nielsen. This video a song by Ludovico Einaudi called “The Earth Prelude.” The video also includes clips from HottiesInc, and film “Contact.”

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  • The Day Neil deGrasse Tyson met Carl Sagan

    Neil deGrasse Tyson remembers the first time he met Carl Sagan from an interview with Ted Simons.

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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 Known Universe

    Danny Ledonne says, “Beautiful stuff – Sagan would want a front row seat.”

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  • Play it again

    John Boswell, the madly brilliant sound-chemist who Auto-Tuned his way into our hearts with “A Glorious Dawn” featuring Carl Sagan and Stephen Hawking, has launched the laud-worthy project “Symphony of Science” which is “designed to deliver scientific knowledge and philosophy in musical form.” You couldn’t ask for a better goal than that.– Chris Hardwick, Nerdist

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  • Sagan Mashup – A Glorious Dawn

    via ajboyer on Twitter.

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  • God, the Universe and Everything Else

    Here is a video of Stephen Hawking, Carl Sagan, and Arthur C. Clarke talking about everything and everything’s beginning. It consists of questions and answers. The first point that Carl Sagan makes in this video is about questions and answers. He goes on to talk about answers in his own answers.

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  • Solstice

    Dr. Sagan on the solstice.

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