The original classic. The science is outdated (though there are 1990's updates) and the computer graphics are antiquated, but it still speaks eloquently. We sit back and wallow in this grand vision, taking in all the sights of the universe (and the sounds too – we wait for that cosmic tranquility of Vangelis’ famous closing theme). Sagan’s atheistic view can’t supply the “why” of the cosmos, but he notes the majesty and grandeur nonetheless. He speaks clearly and eloquently, with metaphors and detailed examples, and exposes the evils of pollution and nuclear armaments. This is still worth watching!
brilliant saw it as a kid and it opened my minds eye >> 420
This 1980 TV science series was narrated by Carl Sagan. Most of the materials presented is still relevant. However, the film quality is kind of grainy and the animation is dated. Still, it is worth watching as it was very well received when it first came out.
The Cosmos series are lovingly crafted and wonderfully contemplative.
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