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The Sounds of Cosmos: A Personal Journey
Carl Sagan's Cosmos: A Personal Journey
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In Jar Jar's Defense
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Saving Planet Earth From The Drej
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Cosmos: A Personal Journey
Colo Claw Fish
Sirius Orion Sagan
My symbol of choice: Dodecahedron
Possible life in the atmostphere of a gas gaint as illustrated by a painting by Adolf Schaller in Carl Sagan's Cosmos
Close ups of the Jupiter Floaters from Carl sagan's Cosmos
An artist rendering of the Jupiter Floaters and Hunters from Carl Sagan's Cosmos.
Jupiter Floaters from "One Voice In The Cosmic Fugue" in Carl Sagan's Cosmos
Jupiter Hunters from "One Voice In The Cosmic Fugue" in Carl Sagan's Cosmos
Centaurus the Centaur: The constellation which has our nearest galactic neighbor Alpha Centauri (a.k.a. Rigel Kentaurus, Rigel Kent, Toliman, or Bungula) in it.
An artist's depiction of the Alpha Centauri star system viewed from close to the recently discovered exoplanet Alpha Centauri Bb.
Unfortunately, this exoplanet is way to close ot its host star Alpha Centauri B to support life.
The habitable zones arond the two main stars in the nearest alien star system.
A stellar size comparison of our Sun to the three stars in the Alpha Centauri star system.
And illustration of the distances to Proxima centauri and to Alpha Centauri A & B in kilometers.
Eridanus the River: The constellation which has Epsilon Eridani with the nearest known Jupiter-like exoplanet in it.
The orbit of Epsilon Eridani B.
An aritist's rendition of the exoplanet Epsilon Eridani B accompanied by a hypothetical moon.
Another randition of Epsilon Eridani B with a Titan-like moon that was also featured on the front cover of the December 2007 edition of Astronomy Magazine.
A stellar size comparison of Epsilon Eridani to our Sun.
Cetus the Sea Monster or Whale: The constellation with Tau Ceti (a.k.a. Durre Menthor) that has five planetary candidates in it.
A comparison between the inner Solar System and the orbits of the five planetary candidates at Tau Ceti.
A map of the orbits of the five possible planets circling Tau Ceti with the habitable zone represented in light blue on the white background.
A planetary comparison chart of Earth to the two possible habitable planetary candidates orbiting Tau Ceti.
A stellar size comparison of our Sun to Tau Ceti
Orion The Hunter: The famous constellation which is also Project Orion's namesake