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Cosmos 2.0: a space science classic rebooted for the 21st century – a review

Banner image for Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey. Credit: FOX

Banner image for Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey. Credit: FOX

When it comes to presenting space exploration and science to the general public, there is one program that continues to stand out, setting the standard for how it should be done: Cosmos, hosted by the late Carl Sagan, in 1980 (who passed away in 1996). Both visually captivating and filled with scientific facts, the 13-part series took viewers on a journey through the universe, while explaining our place in it in a way that was easy to understand by non-scientists. Now, in 2014, the landmark series has been reborn for a new generation.

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Review: The Year in Space wall calendar for 2014

Credit: Paul Scott Anderson

Credit: Paul Scott Anderson

Every year at this time there are a lot of new calendars to choose from, but only a few that are space or astronomy-related, or visually stunning or unique enough to stand out from the crowd. If that is what you are looking for, then look no further. The new 2014 edition of the Year in Space calendar is now available! This beautiful calendar is published in cooperation with The Planetary Society.

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Review: The Year in Space wall calendar for 2013

The Year in Space wall calendar for 2013.

If you are a space exploration fan and need a wall calendar for the new year, then look no further. The new 2013 edition of the Year in Space calendar is now available! This beautiful calendar is published in cooperation with The Planetary Society.

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