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Carl Sagan

Carl Sagan was an American astronomer, cosmologist, scientist and author. During his lifetime he published more than 600 scientific articles and wrote or edited more than 20 books. He is largely credited with pioneering exobiology and was an active promoter in SETI (Search for Extra Terrestrial Intelligence).

He also wrote the popular science fiction novel Contact, which became a film in 1997 (starring Jodi Foster).


    • Planets (1966)
    • Intelligent Life in the Universe (1966)
    • UFOs A scientific Debate (1972)
    • Communication with Extraterrestrial Intelligence (1973)
    • Mars and the Mind of Man (1973)
    • Cosmic Connection (1973)
    • Other Worlds (1975)
    • Murmurs of Earth (1978)
    • The Dragons of Eden (1978)
    • Broca's Brain (1979)
    • The Cold and the Dark (1985)
    • Comet (1985)
    • Contact (1985)
    • The Varieties of Scientific Experience (1985)
    • A Path where no Man Thought (1990)
    • Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors (1993)
    • Pale Blue Dot (1993)
    • The Demon Haunted World (1996)
    • Billions and Billions (1997)
He felt that his whole life was some kind of dream and he sometimes wondered whose it was and whether they were enjoying it.
- Douglas Adams

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