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Neil deGrasse Tyson: By the Book

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An interview in the Sunday Book Review about great astronomy books and books that have inspired.

If I Were President...

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Part of collection of opinions on the topic: If I Were President...

Remembering Holbrooke

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Memories of Richard Holbrooke, an American diplomat who died in 2010..

No Apocalypse in 2012

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Thoughts on the upcoming solar maximum and the 2012 doomsday myth.

How Many Planets Do You Want in the Solar System?

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Kenneth Chang asks New York Times readers how many planets they want in the Solar System.

How I (Ken Chang) Tormented Neil deGrasse Tyson

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New York Times columnist Kenneth Chang recounts his reporting on Pluto and its place in AMNH's Rose Center, and the release of The Pluto Files.

Vote by Numbers

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Commentary on the scientific analysis of polling data in the 2008 Democratic primaries.

A Teacher, a Student and a Church-State Dispute

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Commentary on the assertion that religious beliefs should be taught alongside science.

Stars In His Eyes Over A Pen

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A profile of Dr. Tyson's fondness for fountain pens.

World Trade Center Anniversary

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Reflections on the anniversary of the attacks on September 11, 2001.

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