FOX & National Geographic Channel's COSMOS: A SPACETIME ODYSSEY has received 13 Emmy nominations.
The everlasting impact and importance of COSMOS is discussed.
We can read the earth's unbroken record of the atmosphere that extends back over the past 800,000 years.
People from all over the world transitioned from nomadic cultures to agricultural ones that used solar energy much more efficiently.
Solar sailing is a means of exploring the galaxy that is within our grasp.
The genetic code is written in an alphabet consisting of only four letters, each created by a molecule made up of atoms.
Breakthroughs in technology have allowed us to use electromagnetic waves to link us at light speed to each other and to the cosmos.
If not for Michael Faraday, the world as we know it might not exist today.
Learn how Executive Producer/Director Ann Druyan chose which lesser-celebrated heroes to feature in Cosmos.
Witness an explosion so large it makes a supernova look like a firecracker.
Astronomer Edward Charles Pickering challenged conventions at Harvard by hiring women to map and classify stars.
Geochemist Clair Patterson made the first accurate measurement of Earth's age and raised the alarm about dangerous levels of lead in the environment.
Amidst sub-zero temperatures, Geochemist Clair Patterson's men dug deep into the Antarctic ice to unearth snow that fell before the start of the Industrial Revolution.
The COSMOS team shares the techniques that have been used to keep serious science easy to follow. For more exclusive bonus content, tune in during National Geographic Channel’s airings of COSMOS MON 9/8c.
Neil deGrasse Tyson reflects on his role as “heir apparent” to Carl Sagan’s Cosmos legacy. For more exclusive bonus content, tune in during National Geographic Channel’s airings of Cosmos, MON 9/8c.
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