Neil Degrasse Tyson
Astrophysicist, Am. Museum of Natural History. Author: Space Chronic1
Nobody asked, but the logical equivalent to "There but for the grace of God go I" is "Here but for the wrath of God goes he."
That shining twilight flame? Neither saucer nor plane. Afloat in western skies, behold Venus with your eyes.
Three tons of Russian cargo successfully docked by Cosmonauts aboard the ISS. Happy Thanksgiving guys.
Watch live **NOW** as the Russians do cool things in space, carried on NASA-TV: http://t.co/WoUqZEVTas
I like new ideas & old wines. New software & old books. Water fountains & fountain pens. New discoveries & old friends.
If house cats were in charge, I wonder if they would post videos of cute humans doing stupid things.
A multi-paddle, multi-ball, ping pong match between two octopuses would be awesome to watch.
I don’t remember in the 1960s commemorating anything that happened fifty years earlier, in the 1910s.
If multiples of 10 were hard & multiples of 8 were easy, I wonder if we’d observe Kennedy’s death after 48 yrs instead of 50.
If we counted in base 2 rather than in base 10 we'd have celebrated the 100,000th anniversary of Kennedy's death 18 years ago
If Thor is strong for mystical reasons, he doesn't need big muscles. Could make him scrawny and he'd be just as powerful.
Getting straight "A"s does not guarantee success, but plenty of evidence shows that not getting "A"s doesn't preclude it.
A stunning crescent Moon graces the western twilight sky. It knowingly points toward sunset, with planet Venus shining nearby
.@Preston_D: What exactly is the Oort Cloud? // A spherical repository of trillions of comets orbiting far from the Sun.
If a football field were a timeline of cosmic history, cavemen to now spans the thickness of a blade of grass in the end zone