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Neil deGrasse Tyson

  1. Watch a Bunch of Emotional Nerds Sing “We’ll Meet Again” in Perfect Colbert Report Finale

    Just crying truth tears at my desk now, thank you.

    After nine years of truthiness and patriotic rigor, Stephen Colbert signed off The Colbert Report last night in one of the most flawless TV finales I can ever remember seeing.

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  2. Seth MacFarlane Says Cosmos May Return for a Second Season, Asks Fans to Tweet Tyson If They Want More

    Let's do it all over sagan!

    Hold onto your starstuff, space fans!

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  3. Neil deGrasse Tyson Explains the End of Interstellar in Case You Didn’t Understand It

    We won't tell.

    The end of Interstellar left people with a lot of feelings: love, hate, mild confusion, a strong urge to find a bathroom after spending over three hours in a theater—the list goes on. If you fall into the "confusion" camp, allow astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson to explain what the heck the movie's ending was all about as only he can.

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  4. Little Girl Asks Neil deGrasse Tyson How She Can “Help The Earth,” His Response Is Adorable

    Not more adorable than her, though.

    Sure, it's really easy to be nihilistic about the state of the world these days. But you know what's good for squelching that feeling? Watching Neil deGrasse Tyson get down on the floor of a basketball court at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA, and tell a first grader in an Einstein t-shirt and pigtails about how exploring the world around her is going to make her an awesome scientist. I think my heart just grew three sizes, but I will have to do some experiments to be sure.

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  5. Neil deGrasse Tyson Tweeted the Science of Interstellar Last Night, and It Was… Stellar?

    He'll help you grasp the gravity of the situation. Sorry. I'm done now.

    Interstellar was big on the scientist-as-hero angle, which we can get behind, because Neil deGrasse Tyson is a scientist and our hero. The team behind the film worked really hard to make sure its physics were accurate, and it paid off both in the movie and in scientifically stimulating tweets from the astrophysicist last night. Spoilers, of course.

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  6. Playboy Does Sexy Halloween Costumes Right With GRRM, Neil deGrass Tyson, George Takei & More!

    "I'm too sexy for my vest, too sexy for my vest. So sexy... oh look, a black hole!"

    Yes, yes, let's skip the "I already find George Takei incredibly sexy" comments and go right to "Why didn't I think of that??"

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  7. Today in Pigs: Neil deGrasse Tyson Is One on Gravity Falls

    Neil deGrasse Tyson goes wherever he can shine the light of knowledge into the darkness of ignorance. 

    Gravity Falls has a pretty great line up of guest stars already, but this might be the one with the best working knowledge of stars themselves.

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  8. Allow Dorkly to Blow Your Mind 15 Times Courtesy of Neil deGrasse Tyson

    Not all of them are dog butt related, sadly.

    Social media is great if only for giving brilliant people like Neil deGrasse Tyson an outlet to bestow their genius on the rest of humanity. So, here are 15 times that the famed astrophysicist did just that with his regular musings on Twitter as collected by Dorkly.

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  9. 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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  10. 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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