Ten minutes, well-spent

Seth Jarvis

I sometimes forget how amazing the late Carl Sagan was as a science educator.  When his PBS series Cosmos first aired in 1980 it created the Gold Standard for communicating science to the general public.

A blog that I like to follow, Bad Astronomy, featured today a segment of Cosmos on the subject of “Living in the Dark” and SETI (the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) that is both timely and powerfully moving.

Suttle Launch

I hope you’ll take ten minutes to watch this video (click HERE) and think about the message.

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