Carl Sagan collaborated with fellow astrophysicist Ed Salpeter to design life forms with plausible evolutionary histories for long-term survival in the clouds of Jupiter, such as these “floaters”, featured in Cosmos: Possible Worlds on the National Geographic Channel. Photo: Cosmos Studios Carl Sagan collaborated with fellow astrophysicist Ed Salpeter to design life forms with plausible evolutionary histories for long-term survival in the clouds of Jupiter, such as these “floaters”, featured in Cosmos: Possible Worlds on the National Geographic Channel. Photo: Cosmos Studios
Carl Sagan collaborated with fellow astrophysicist Ed Salpeter to design life forms with plausible evolutionary histories for long-term survival in the clouds of Jupiter, such as these “floaters”, featured in Cosmos: Possible Worlds on the National Geographic Channel. Photo: Cosmos Studios

Patrick Stewart, Seth MacFarlane and Viggo Mortensen star in science series that’s a voyage of discovery

  • Cosmos: Possible Worlds looks at humanity’s place in the universe, and uses recognisable film actors and stunning visual effects to help educate viewers
  • National Geographic series reflects the importance of science to both our intellectual development and our ultimate survival

Topic |   Science
Carl Sagan collaborated with fellow astrophysicist Ed Salpeter to design life forms with plausible evolutionary histories for long-term survival in the clouds of Jupiter, such as these “floaters”, featured in Cosmos: Possible Worlds on the National Geographic Channel. Photo: Cosmos Studios Carl Sagan collaborated with fellow astrophysicist Ed Salpeter to design life forms with plausible evolutionary histories for long-term survival in the clouds of Jupiter, such as these “floaters”, featured in Cosmos: Possible Worlds on the National Geographic Channel. Photo: Cosmos Studios
Carl Sagan collaborated with fellow astrophysicist Ed Salpeter to design life forms with plausible evolutionary histories for long-term survival in the clouds of Jupiter, such as these “floaters”, featured in Cosmos: Possible Worlds on the National Geographic Channel. Photo: Cosmos Studios
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