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Neil deGrasse Tyson

  1. Neil deGrasse Tyson and Felicia Day Narrate a Video About the Mars Curiosity Rover

    More space videos narrated by these two please.

    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.

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  2. Neil deGrasse Tyson Explains How Long You’d Live on Each of Our Solar System’s Planets

    TL;DW: Not very long.

    No matter what you've seen on sci-fi shows, human beings are not great at living on planets that aren't Earth. Neil deGrasse Tyson will break down for you just how bad we'd be at living on every planet in our solar system. Yup, all eight of them. Just don't tell Pluto he included the Sun, too—poor little guy already feels left out.

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  3. Our Friend Bill Nye Did an AMA, Here Are Our Favorite Answers!

    And could we see a return of "The Science Guy" to television?

    Our Friend Bill Nye and some of his friends did a Reddit AMA today about searching for life on Jupiter's moon Europa. Nye's answered touched on some other excited subjects like the possibility of his return to television!

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  4. StarTalk Radio Announces New Live Dates With Photo of Neil deGrasse Tyson and Bill Nye Being Buds

    Science bros for life.

    Good news if you're a StarTalk Radio fan in Seattle, Provincetown, or New York City. The show's hitting the road. Click the link in the tweet for more infor, or just admire Bill Nye and Neil deGrasse Tyson being adorable science bros.

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  5. Head of New Horizons Pluto Mission Issues Challenge to Neil deGrasse Tyson to Debate Pluto Planet Status

    Looks like we're dealing with a badass over here.

    Pluto isn't a planet anymore (or really, it never was). While it's still managed to go about its day-to-day of being relatively small, orbiting the sun, and hanging out in the Kuiper Belt, some humans aren't happy with the demotion. So, Alan Stern of New Horizons has challenged dwarf planet status advocate Neil deGrasse Tyson to a debate.

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  6. Things We Saw Today: The Occupational Hazard Of Transformation Sequences

    Things We Saw Today

    Not a good way to begin a daring rescue. Art by Ape Lad.

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  7. Neil deGrasse Tyson Explains “Everything Wrong With Gravity”

    Problem #1: he's not in it.

    The folks at Cinema Sins may be experts on mistakes in movies, but when it comes to science, they could use a little assistance. So, they got everyone's favorite astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson, to help them bring Gravity down to Earth.

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  8. Let’s Talk About Manhattanhenge, Why It’s Special, and Why You Should Try to See It Tonight

    Also a little bit about anonymous Internet commenters.

    "Manhattanhenge" is an occurrence when the Sun sets between the buildings of New York City. It happens tonight and tomorrow, and despite what one snarky commenter thinks, it's not something that just happens anywhere with east/west running streets. Here's how it works and why it's special.

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  9. Cosmos On Weed Is the Inevitable Toker Parody You’ve Been Waiting For

    Obligatory Smoke DeGrass Tyson joke.

    Sure, Cosmos is a fantastic television program about the wonders of science and the natural world. But have you ever watched Cosmos... on weed? It's a wild ride, man. Seriously, what is even up with the universe, you guys? Totally far out.

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  10. Don’t Take Selfies With Our Friend Bill Nye While He’s Defusing Bombs, Please

    It's in everyone's best interests really.

    Our Friend Bill Nye recently appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers. During the interview they talked about Nye's presidential selfie, talking about women with Neil deGrasse Tyson, why he chose to debate Ken Ham (and would do it again), and his repeated attempts to become an astronaut.

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