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Astrophysicists Killed the Dinosaurs

An article covering Dr. Tyson's speech at the Space Weather Enterprise Forum.

How Many Planets Do You Want in the Solar System?

The New York Times

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

The 'Nova' Man Is Bursting With Bright Ideas

The Washington Post

The Washington Post covered a discussion with Neil deGrasse Tyson and Paula Aspell regarding NOVA and science policy.

How I (Ken Chang) Tormented Neil deGrasse Tyson

The New York Times

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.

For The Love of Hubble

Parade Magazine

The popular movement to keep the Hubble Space Telescope, and the march of discovery, alive.

Why America Needs to Explore Space

Parade Magazine Cover

A compelling argument for why America should remain a leader in space exploration.

Pluto's Requiem

The story of Pluto's demotion from planethood and how a similar fate was dealt to other small bodies in the Solar System in centuries past.

A Perfect World

Astrobiology Magazine

A piece that appeared in Astrobiology Magazine about hopes for the future.

Pluto's Not a Planet? Only in New York

The New York Times

The article by Kenneth Chang form the New York Times that first noted that Pluto was missing from the planets hanging in the Rose Center for Earth and Space.

Sexiest Astrophysicist Alive

People Magazine

Voted sexiest astrophysicist alive by People Magazine in the November 13, 2000 issue.

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