If you had to travel the galaxy using only one famous spaceship from Hollywood’s two iconic sci-fi franchises, which one would it be? Physicist Neil deGrasse Tyson has weighed in on this intense nerd fight and has explained why he would choose Star Trek’s USS Enterprise over Star Wars’ Millennium Falcon if he had to pick just one. Show More Summary
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Famed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson has finally weighed in one of the great American debates: Star Trek or Star Wars? Well, more specifically, the question posed on his National Geographic show Star Talk was a fan question from Josh H., which read, "Millennium Falcon or Starship Enterprise? Which one would... More »
On a recent episode of the National Geographic series StarTalk, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson answers a fan’s burning question by choosing between the iconic Millennium Falcon from Star Wars and the USS Enterprise from Star Tre...
Millennium Falcon or the Starship Enterprise? It’s a question that sci-fi fans have asked each other ever since Star Wars made its big screen debut. But for America’s Neil deGrasse Tyson—host of the National Geographic Channel’s StarTalk and the best-known scientist in America—it’s not even a contest. Show More Summary
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The noted astrophysicist reveals on his show "Star Talk" which sci-fi spaceship he'd rather be on board.
If you could only choose one of the Millennium Falcon or Starship Enterprise, which would it be? Neil deGrasse Tyson was asked just that—and he has a very, very clear answer. Read more...
He's shared his thoughts on the scientific accuracies in films like Gravity and The Martian--and now, Neil deGrasse Tyson is officially throwing his hat in the ring in terms of which fictional spaceship is superior.
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You’ve probably seen Neil deGrasse Tyson on various TV shows to talk about what he knows best: Space. Therefore, it’s not surprising to hear Tyson give his two cents on the most recent developments in space travel. In case you somehow...Show More Summary
Although dutch company Mars One aims to send unmanned robotic missions and ultimately the first settlers to Mars, celebrity astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson said private companies won't be the ones to get humans to the Red Planet.Show More Summary
'Keep things strapped down and you’ll be just fine.' StarTalk host Neil deGrasse Tyson explained how sex in space can illustrate Newtonian laws of motion in a short video posted by National Geographic. “You’re there in space and you move toward someone and they just sort of bounce off. Show More Summary
Astrophysicist and cosmologist Neil deGrasse Tyson loves to debunk the science that goes into science fiction. Recently he’s questioned the science of movies such as Gravity and The Martian, and sometimes he gets a little too carried away with his realistic approach to the world of movies, ruining the fun for the rest of us. Show More Summary
“...bring a lot of leather belts.”
StarTalk host Neil deGrasse Tyson explained how sex in space can illustrate Newtonian laws of motion in a short video posted by National Geographic. “You’re there in space and you move toward someone and they just sort of bounce off. The movement is sort of preserved —...
Ever wonder how one gets busy in space? Well, a fan sent in a question to National Geographic's Star Talk, and Neil deGrasse Tyson giggled his way through an answer.