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Getting “Cosmos” on Netflix

project-argus:

Idea from ojoporojoyelmundosequedaraciego.

This makes me so happy.

cosmosplasma:

Nature is more than a scientist, an engineer… it’s an artist, in the grandest of scales.

Getting Cosmos on Monday

"quit fucking quoting me you assholes"

carl sagan (via juice-springsteen)
prrfctdisaster:

Carl Sagan knows whatsup

prrfctdisaster:

Carl Sagan knows whatsup

"Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known."
-Carl Sagan

"Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known."

-Carl Sagan

cosmosplasma:

Above is an image of the breathtaking Rosette Nebula. It is constantly being blown apart by stellar winds exerted from a recently formed bright star at its center.

cosmosplasma:

Above is an image of the breathtaking Rosette Nebula. It is constantly being blown apart by stellar winds exerted from a recently formed bright star at its center.

hairpartedliketheredsea:

There are approximately 1.75 sagans of people on Earth.

hairpartedliketheredsea:

There are approximately 1.75 sagans of people on Earth.

universalnomad:

Ship of the Imagination 

universalnomad:

Ship of the Imagination 


We are a way for the cosmos to know itself. The journey for each of us begins here.

We are a way for the cosmos to know itself. The journey for each of us begins here.

"A handful of sand contains about 10,000 grains, more than the number of stars we can see with the naked eye on a clear night. But the number of stars we can see is only the tiniest fraction of the number of stars there are. What we see at night is the merest smattering of the nearest stars. Meanwhile the Cosmos is rich beyond measure: the total number of stars in the universe is greater than all the grains of sand on all the beaches of the planet Earth.”-Carl Sagan, Cosmos

"A handful of sand contains about 10,000 grains, more than the number of stars we can see with the naked eye on a clear night. But the number of stars we can see is only the tiniest fraction of the number of stars there are. What we see at night is the merest smattering of the nearest stars. Meanwhile the Cosmos is rich beyond measure: the total number of stars in the universe is greater than all the grains of sand on all the beaches of the planet Earth.”

-Carl Sagan, Cosmos