What to watch this weekend: science, squirrels, Rocky, and a cheeky web-based Frankenstein remake. This month, Netflix released Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s documentary series Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey following its popular primetime run this summer. Show More Summary
Star Walk 2, by Vito Technology, aims to bring constellations to life. Users can point their iOS device at the stars and watch as the app identifies and renders 3d models of the celestial bodies that can be turned and enjoyed from different angles. Show More Summary
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, who presented the TV series "Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey" earlier this year, claimed in an interview last week that Creation Museum CEO and President Ken Ham's beliefs are "even crazy to many Christians."
The "Cosmos" host sounds off on the creationist movement, Answers in Genesis and its increasingly unhinged leader
In a recent "StarTalk" broadcast, Tyson talks to "Cosmos" co-writer and executive producer Ann Druyan
“Our Curiosity” is a video by Caltech that celebrates NASA’s Curiosity rover and the mission to Mars with narration by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and actress Felicia Day. Composer Austin Wintory also provided an original score for the video. The Curiosity Mars Rover is one of the most complex machines ever built, a fully equipped […]
Did you miss out on the early days of the Curiosity rover mission? Neil DeGrasse Tyson and Felicia Day have you covered with this six-minute story on the Mars rover from conception through launch and landing to the discoveries made on the red planet. Read more...
Need some inspiration for why it's worth doing things like landing SUV-sized robots on other planets? Watch this video about the Mars Curiosity rover from Caltech. It's narrated by Neil deGrasse Tyson and Felicia Day, and it tells what we really sent to Mars—our curiosity.
Eclectic Method is celebrating the recent Cosmos reboot hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson with a video remix of the miniseries set to the track “Crashing” by the Burlington, Vermont electronic duo Lazerdisk. submitted via Laughing Squid Tips
Eclectic Method is celebrating the recent Neil deGrasse Tyson hosted Cosmos reboot with a video remix of the miniseries set to the track “Crashing” by the Burlington, Vermont electronic duo Lazerdisk. submitted via Laughing Squid Ti...
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The Atheist streaming network apparently learned nothing from Neil deGrasse Tyson's success
He started a joke that started the whole world raging.
Because you're scared to make jokes about Neil deGrasse Tyson, check out today's end-of-day links: video stores, Bushwick teddy bear, NYU: Tel Aviv, secret menus, hat-crazy bank robber, poopy medical marijuana, and baby donkey horsing around. Show More Summary
This is the picture taken and tweeted by Twitter user dogboner (I hate those things). It's a shot of Neil DeGrasse Tyson using his laptop on a New York subway. Dogboner thought it would be funny to pretend he doesn't know who Neil DeGrasse...Show More Summary
Neil deGrasse Tyson may be the smartest man on the planet. The astrophysicist is definitely the smartest man on television. But try telling that to Michael Hale, a Twitter user with the handle @dogboner who recently published a photo of “some guy using his laptop on the train.” Mr. Show More Summary
It's one of the few times it's actually entertaining to read the comments.