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Point of Inquiry: Death by Black Hole

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A Point of Inquiry interview on the popularization of science, spirituality, why scientists should be personally motivated to increase public science interest.

Living On Earth: Water On Mars?

Living On Earth

Is there water on Mars? And, if so, where is it?

NOVA ScienceNOW: Extinctions

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NOVA scienceNOW producer Joe McMaster asks our series host, Neil deGrasse Tyson, why everyone should know about the Permian extinction.

Point of Inquiry: The Sky Is Not the Limit

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In this interview with DJ Grothe, Dr. Tyson discusses Pluto and planethood, life elsewhere in the universe, Intelligent Design, and eloquently explains how parents may foster an appreciation for science in children.

Jack Mangan's Deadpan Interview

Interview on Jack Mangan's Deadpan about Pluto, life in the universe, Galileo, and religion.

Radio Lab

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Discussion on WNYC's Radio Lab about the universe, and the Copernican Principle, which says, if you think it's all about you then you are probably wrong.

Living On Earth: Moons & Money

Living On Earth

Water-spewing geysers may mean there’s life on one of Saturn’s moons, and how proposed budget cuts could affect the search for life and other space science programs.

NOVA ScienceNOW: Limitations of Intelligent Life

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A NOVA scienceNOW discussion with Robert Krulwich on how physical laws constrains the size of life in the universe.

Living On Earth: Tyson on Titan

Living On Earth

When the Huygens space probe landed on Titan, Saturn’s largest moon, on January 14th the world watched in awe. Discussions include Titan’s unusual features, what we didn’t learn from Huygen’s data, and why the government is shifting its priorities for space exploration.

SETI's Are We Alone?

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SETI Institute's Are We Alone interview about NOVA Origins and what it's like to run the Hayden Planetarium.

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