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Carl Sagan (1934–1996) was an American astronomer, cosmologist and science communicator who popularized science and pioneered exobiology. He is renowned for his novel Contact and his appearance in the television series Cosmos: A Personal Voyage.
Carl Sagan is one of the greatest humans to walk the surface of our planet, after 2 people who's last name starts with a B (Beethoven, Bach, and the others). He boosted the interest in science through his famous show, The Cosmos. Perhaps, no show ever was seen by such an immense volume of people. Wi…
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he is famous because he did alot of sciencey things and wrote lots of good books
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isaac newton,robert hooke etc...............
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lead(II) sulfideSulfur has an oxidation number of 2. Cross then superscript S^2 down in front of lead and there ya go.
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Swedish botanist, zoologist and physician Carl Limmaeus published at least four known books. They were Systema Naturae, Species Plantarum, Genera Plantarum, and Philosophia Botanica.
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Sagan authored more than 20 books about space and the universe. He won a Pulitzer Prize for his work.
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While studying Anthropology, there are many relevant sub-categories that define the true nature of the science that is Anthropology. The field of astronomy is not only a pure science such as physics or chemistry, but it also has an anthropological aspect that theoretically explains earth's origins, …
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I believe Boas and Pythons are the only snakes with 'claws'. (claws being known to me as 'spurs') Ah, claws may also refer to the fact some species of snake retain a pelvic girdle with a pair of vestigal claws on either side of the cloaca.
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The majority of Sagan's work in the scientific community revolved around the planet Venus.
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born November 9, 1934 died December 20, 1996
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Astronomy and cosmology.
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They both contribute to the knowledge of space exploration, because they bring so much happiness and evidence from the moon that Americans and other people got interested in this.
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Carl Sagan died on December 20, 1996. He was 62 years old.
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Carl Sagan had empathy for all life. -"Humans - who enslave, castrate, experiment on, and fillet other animals - have had an understandable penchant for pretending animals do not feel pain. A sharp distinction between humans and "animals" is essential if we are to bend them to our will, make them wo…
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He was an academic scientist and astronomer, who taught as a full professor at Cornell University for a good portion of his life.
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He died of Pneumonia
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He was an atheist agnostic (he didn't believe in a particular god, but knew that it was impossible to prove otherwise), so no.
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Carl Sagan was born on November 9, 1934 and died on December 20, 1996. Carl Sagan would have been 62 years old at the time of death or 80 years old today.
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He meant that the elements that make you up were forged in stars and when stars go nova, or super nova, all these elements are spewed into the cosmos and constitute all matter, including living beings.
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Carl Sagan was born on 9/9/1934 & died on 12/20/1996. He lived in Brooklyn New York. He was a consultant & adviser for N.A.S.A. in the 1950's.he briefed the Apollo astronauts before their flights to the Moon, and was an experimenter on the Mariner, Viking, Voyager, and Galileo expeditions to…
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Sofia
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Sagan grew up in Brooklyn, NY. He attended the University of Chicago. The majority of his life he lived in Ithaca, NY where he taught at Cornell University. Sagan lived in Seattle, WA for small periods of time near his death when he received bone marrow transplants there at the Fred Hutchinson Canc…
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yes, 3 times
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Yes, Mountain Dew
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Carl Sagan never suggested that the Sun was the center of the universe; he often wrote that our Sun is a perfectly ordinary star whose only claim to fame is that it is ours. In fact, like every other statement in science, everything is relative. When we refer to the Earth-Moon system, "geocentric" …
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Carl Sagan was born November 9, 1934 and, sadly, died on December 20, 1996
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Graduated Harvard and was a prof at Cornell
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something wired
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Carl Sagan was a famous American Astronomer and Jacques Cousteau was the co-developer of the aqua-lung and a famous French underwater explorer. Both were also very good publicists of their particular field of interest and both are now dead.
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he split the union with a round house kick.....Im kidding. Carl Sagan is famous for his shows and His books on space and the universe. We know much about the universe because of him.
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probably not but check at search .com
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Carl Sagan was a freethinker and a skeptic, and there is no evidence suggesting he changed his views prior to his death.
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All the elements heavier than hydrogen were made by fusion in a star. Sagan is saying that the atoms that make up our bodies were once a part of a star.
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130-180, depending on when he stopped smoking a lot of pot.
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yes
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He went to Harvard University for his classes
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Richard Feynman was a physicist whose "Feynman Lines" are famous. He played drums with the Tuval throat singers in the hinterlands between China and Russia. Carl Sagan was an astrophysicist whose t.v. show and books were famous.
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Every time I see an answer to this question it is completely incorrect and it greatly bothers me because this is one of the more interesting and important points that Carl Sagan makes in his book and tv series Cosmos. Some thirteen plus billion years ago, not too long after the big bang occurred the…
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Mianus
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Carl Sagan went to high school at panoplies lingered
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*Apple named a 1994 prototype Carl Sagan. Dr. Sagan, fearing the name would sound like an endorsement. requested the name be changed. Apple chose to rename the prototype BHA for Buthead Astronomer. Sagan sued Apple for this. Apple won. Carl Sagan sued Apple for using his name, but lost again. Apple …
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He was a scientist and astronomer as well as an author on the development of the universe and theory, evolution about the universe. He also did pioneering research on biology and contributed to NASA in the space programs. Co founder of the Planetary Society with over 100,000 members.
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US English: Karl saygan UK English: kahl saygan
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Carl Sagan was born in Brooklyn, New York on November 9, 1934.
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No. Earth was discovered long before Sagan even started school.
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Carl Sagan died on December 20, 1996.
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The University of Chicago.
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Carl Sagan is known to have used marijuana at some point in his life.
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Carl Sagan's name at birth was "Carl Edward Sagan"
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Sagan passed Dec 20th 1996. However in 1997 this book was released: Billions and Billions: Thoughts on Life and Death at the Brink of the Millennium
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Because your body is made of whatever food you ate. All that food came from the earth. The earth is the broken down rocks of planet Earth. All the planets are chunks of stuff that stuck together and came from STARS.
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Carl Edward Sagan (November 9, 1934 - December 20, 1996) was an American astronomer, astrophysicist, author, and highly successful popularizer of astronomy, astrophysics and other natural sciences. He pioneered exobiology and promoted the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI).
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Sagan had five children: Dorion Jeremy Nick Alexandra Sam
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1972.(Astronomy, Cornell University, USA.)
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Dr. Sagan did not invent the soft drink Mountain Dew, it was invented in the 1940's by Barney and Ally Hartman from Tennessee.
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Simply that the atoms humans are made up of were forged in the furnaces of dying stars. The basic elements that make up a living body or cell were all created this way, all the elements that exist (with the exception of Hydrogen and Helium) were all created in the fireballs made up of the two elemen…
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Carl Sagan had five children
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Sagan's scientific accomplishments include making models that predicted reasonably well the atmosphere and the nature of comets. His work was also important in the design of life detection experiments for missions to Mars, and helping formulate our understanding of what life is generally. See the bo…
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bone marrow cancer
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I think Einstein did a fair bit.
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Carl Sagan won a Pulitzer Prize for General Nonfiction for his book The Dragons of Eden in 1978.
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 astronomey
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He was 5 feet and 11 inches tall.
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No, the SETI program (Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence) program pre-dates Sagan, but he was a fervent promoter of it. If any one person could be said to have "invented" SETI, it would have been Frank Drake.
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YesIt says listen to the Christians, I was wrong!
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ya he worked with my dog on saturday 31 of legoton
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Rachel Molly Gruber (Mother) Sam Sagan (Father)
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Carl Sagan died on December 20, 1996 at the age of 62.
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cause luke was chicken to go out of hiding with jen and risk getting killed.
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Yes. Neither of Carl's parents was entirely sold on an astronomy career, so they bought young Carl a piano. Carl threw himself into his lessons. He played beautifully, according to family friends. While still in his teens, he gave a student recital at Carnegie Hall.
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Carl Sagan contracted pneumonia undergoing chemotherapy for myelodysplasia. Chemotherapy affects the bodies immune response.
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Carl Sagan was married 3 times. First married to Lynn Margulis, then Linda Salzman and finally to Ann Druyan.
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yes buttcheek
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please i need an answer for my project!
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Yes blood cancer he died of it in 1996.
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Dr. Carl Saganhim because he wrote books and was often on television.Dr. Carl Sagan was a very famous astronomer. He was also very curious about astronomy. His parents taught him to search for the answers to his many questions about science. As an adult, Dr. Sagan continued to look for answers to qu…
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Scientific evidence. That which manifests itself in the real world to our observation by senses or instrumentality. Or that which can be inferred from the former constraint.
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I have heard that he was a Freemason, but what difference would that make to anything?
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Carl Sagan died in 1996.
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That has an easy answer: Carl Sagan was a scientist, not an astronaut. He did not go to the moon.
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The story is based around the 15 billion years of cosmic evolution and the transformation of matter and life grew into conciseness to life as we know it. It looks at the scientific growth with civilisation.
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The book Cosmos by Carl Sagan can be purchased at Amazon as well as other book retailer websites like Go Hastings. The book may also be available in the retail store but should call to check first.
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1790 I am correct!
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No. He died on the 20th of December, 1996.
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Carl Sagan's birth name is Sagan, Carl Edward.
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Carl Sagan is 5' 11".
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Carl Sagan has written: 'Carl Sagan's cosmic connection' -- subject(s): Origin, Life, Life on other planets 'Cosmos' -- subject(s): Ouvrages de vulgarisation, Astronomie, Astronomy, Popular works 'Dragons of Eden (R)' 'El Mundo y Sus Demonios' 'Cosmos' -- subject(s): Ouvrages de vulgarisation, …
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He married three times, as follows: Lynn Margulis (1957-1963) Linda Salzman (1968-1981) Ann Druyan (1981-1996)
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Cosmos miniseries
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He is buried at Lakeview Cemetery in Ithaca, New York.
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