In Class With… Neil deGrasse Tyson

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In Class With... Neil deGrasse Tyson


  Last updated October 1, 2020 at 10:41 am


One of the biggest astrophysicists in the world dropped past to tackle questions from Australian students.

Why This Matters: Let’s be good shepherds of our planet.

The legend of science and screen Neil deGrasse Tyson stopped to tackle questions from school students around Australia in this exclusive In Class With…

Joined by Alan Duffy, Neil tackles questions on everything from the start (and end) of the universe, to what it’s going to take for humans to begin moving off Earth and establishing ourselves as a multi-planet species. He even delves into what he wants his legacy to be – and it’s not what you might expect.

With fascinating answers to some of the big questions, and plenty of trademark sass, Neil deGrasse Tyson gives an In Class With… like no other.

Also: Alan Duffy’s Astronomy Glossary

With a new series of Cosmos just around the corner, Neil deGrasse Tyson is a man on a mission. He’s out to inspire, teach, and empower people to explore not only our planet, but our universe.

In association with National Geographic and Swinburne University of Technology.

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