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November 10 2017

amnhnyc: Happy birthday to Carl Sagan! The American astronomer, astrophysicist, and author (among other things) helped explain space to the general public through hundreds of articles, dozens of books, and his popular public television series “Cosmos” — watched by more than 500 million people in 60 countries. He also researched extraterrestrial life and assembled the first physical message sent into space. Sagan helped solve mysteries of the universe, including the greenhouse effect on Venus that explains that planet’s high temperatures. In 1980 he wrote, “Imagination will often carry us to worlds that never were. But without it we go nowhere.”

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October 16 2017

Anna Fisher, astronaut, on the cover of Life magazine in 1985.
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September 14 2017

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November 10 2017

amnhnyc: Happy birthday to Carl Sagan! The American astronomer, astrophysicist, and author (among other things) helped explain space to the general public through hundreds of articles, dozens of books, and his popular public television series “Cosmos” — watched by more than 500 million people in 60 countries. He also researched extraterrestrial life and assembled the first physical message sent into space. Sagan helped solve mysteries of the universe, including the greenhouse effect on Venus that explains that planet’s high temperatures. In 1980 he wrote, “Imagination will often carry us to worlds that never were. But without it we go nowhere.”

Reposted frommr-absentia mr-absentia

October 16 2017

Anna Fisher, astronaut, on the cover of Life magazine in 1985.
Reposted fromRockYourMind RockYourMind

November 10 2017

amnhnyc: Happy birthday to Carl Sagan! The American astronomer, astrophysicist, and author (among other things) helped explain space to the general public through hundreds of articles, dozens of books, and his popular public television series “Cosmos” — watched by more than 500 million people in 60 countries. He also researched extraterrestrial life and assembled the first physical message sent into space. Sagan helped solve mysteries of the universe, including the greenhouse effect on Venus that explains that planet’s high temperatures. In 1980 he wrote, “Imagination will often carry us to worlds that never were. But without it we go nowhere.”

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