Steve, Elisabeth and Brian welcome an Obamacare survivor and "science guy" Neil deGrasse Tyson to the show.
Ellen Futter, President of the American Museum of Natural History; Mike Novacek Senior Vice President and Provost of Science; and Neil Degrasse Tyson, Director of the Hayden Planetarium.
Former planet Pluto confronts Neil deGrasse Tyson.
Astrophysicist and science commentator Neil deGrasse Tyson takes questions via social media.
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson hosts a reboot of Carl Sagan's "Cosmos," the landmark 1980 PBS series that explored all aspects of the universe. The new version features an upgrade of the Cosmic Calendar, and is co-produced by Ann Druyan, Sagan's widow.
Neil DeGrasse Tyson says a first grader can help the planet by telling parents she wants to be a scientist.
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson explains to Larry King why he couldn't become an astronaut -- and why he wouldn't want to now.
Find out how VFX artists have created a visceral experience while we plunge into a black hole. For more exclusive bonus content, tune in during National Geographic Channel’s airings of COSMOS MON 9/8c.
Neil deGrasse Tyson doesn’t just think “Gravity” was scientifically inaccurate, when asked what the most inaccurate space film is, he goes after an old Disney film “Black Hole.”
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.
Is science innovation declining? Neil Degrasse Tyson joins CBSN to talk about what he's so critical of America's startup culture, calling the U.S. a "sleepy nation."
What do scientists know about the universe? What still remains to be uncovered? What are some of the next avenues of exploration? Professor Neil deGrasse Tyson's course The Inexplicable Universe: Unsolved Mysteries is a marvelous journey to the frontiers of the known (and unknown) universe and introduces you to tantalizing questions being addressed by the world's top scientists.
Neil deGrasse Tyson chases a single comet through its million-year plunge towards the sun. All-New SUN 9/8c
Neil deGrasse Tyson introduces us to Chinese philosopher Mo Tzu and his 2000-year-old movie camera.
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