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Let There Be Light with Neil deGrasse Tyson

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The universe is awash with radiation, from long wavelength radio waves to short wavelength gamma rays. The entire electromagnetic spectrum is not perceptible to us—the human eye can only detect visible light waves—but space telescopes and other technology act as our spy-glasses on the invisible realm. Michael Benson, Brian Abbott and Carter Emmart discuss the different ways they use data collected from the Hubble Space Telescope and our other mechanical eyes in the sky to reveal the artistic majesty of the cosmos. Neil and Lynne discuss light’s biography, from its birth in the Big Bang to the dying of the light at the end of time.

Season 2, Episode 21: Let There Be Light

Co-host: Lynne Koplitz: comedian

Guests:

Michael Benson: writer, filmmaker, photographer and exhibitions producer, author of Far Out and Beyond

Brian Abbott: manager of the Digital Universe atlas at the American Museum of Natural History

Carter Emmart: Director of Astrovisualization at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City

Bill Nye, The Science Guy

Vendor: StarTalk

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