Neil deGrasse Tyson sits down with robotics expert Easton LaChappelle, founder of "Unlimited Tomorrow and Impyrium. LaChappelle is working on prosthetics that are both more affordable and more functional. "Rising Stars" is a one-on-one interview series hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson. Show More Summary
The legenday primatologist tells Neil deGrasse Tyson how she fell in love with science. Spoiler alert: It was way before she headed to Africa to study chimpanzees.
Goodnight Moon is without question the pinnacle of bedtime stories. But even if you've read Margaret Wise Brown's most famous book cover to cover a thousand times, you've probably never heard it read quite like this. Like any great stories,...Show More Summary
Tyson cuddles up beside Burton with a blanket and stuffed animal while Burton takes them through Goodnight Moon. I don't know about you, but I felt healed on a spiritual level just watching this. If I had kids, I would set this video beside them at night to fall asleep. Hell, I'm going to set it beside me to fall asleep at night.
Because sometimes what we all need most is Levar Burton reading Goodnight Moon to Neil deGrasse Tyson at New York Comic Con. [via Neatorama]
LeVar Burton sat down with a comfy and sleepy Neil deGrasse Tyson to read him the classic children’s book, Goodnight Moon, while at Audible‘s Atermis event at New York Comic Con 2017. Hanging with @neiltyson & @rosariodawson at the launch party for ARTEMIS… a new book by @andyweirauthor Rosario reads #ArtemisonAudible pic.twitter.com/1UHMIbIFRF — LeVar Burton...
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LeVar Burton reads "Goodnight Moon" to astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and inspires a bovine lunar calculation.
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Sometimes you feel the need to revert back to your childhood, even if just for a few minutes. Neil deGrasse Tyson got that yearning, but when you're Neil deGrasse Tyson, your wish may be fulfilled. In this video, he gets his bedtime story read to him by LeVar Burton. Show More Summary
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson was finally granted his wish in May asking for someone to read the classic children’s book Goodnight Moon to him at bedtime. This weekend, that person turned out to be none other than former “Reading Rainbow” PBS host LeVar Burton. The celebrity...
"Levar? You think when the cow says 'Moo,' he's really saying, 'Mooon'?"
It's been 20 years since Titanic first hit theaters, and in that time one of the longest lasting debates related to the movie has been whether or not both Rose and Jack could have perhaps survived the fated shipwreck.
This is fascinating.
The astrophysicist most recently chimed in about "Titanic." Is he veering away from his strictly science-based reviews?
“The act of dying while falling into a black hole is called ‘spaghettification.'” It comes across like an episode of Jack Handey’s Deep Thoughts, but every tidbit that celebrity astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson offers up in this amusing Vanity Fair clip is factually accurate.
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It’s Friday. So sit back, relax and listen to the beautiful sound of Neil deGrasse Tyson’s voice blowing your mind with facts about the universe. In the video, the host of National Geographic’s StarTalk dispels the idea that there is a “dark side of the moon” and calls out Pink Floyd for their factually incorrect 1973 […]
In a short piece for Vanity Fair, astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson hilariously acted out a number of pre-recorded facts about the universe that were being breathlessly voiced over his movements. Neil deGrasse Tyson shares mind-blowing facts about the universe. Show More Summary