Neil deGrasse Tyson
- The titles on Neil deGrasse Tyson’s business cards: astrophysicist/cosmologist/science communicator/author
- Why he needs bigger business cards: he’s also a director at Hayden Planetarium and a frequent TV host for science shows, including PBS’s Nova ScienceNow and Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey
- How he got his start: giving astronomy lectures at age 15, and studying physics at Harvard University, astronomy at University of Texas at Austin, and astrophysics at Columbia University
- A few of his accolades: 18 honorary doctorates (and counting); spots on “The 2007 Time 100” and Harvard 100 for being an influential person; an asteroid named 13123 Tyson
- How he makes his scientific knowledge accessible to diverse audiences: by lacing his conversational style with humor, multimedia presentations, and the occasional live tweeting
- His current lecture: “An Astrophysicist Goes to the Movies,” in which he explores science truths and faux pas in films, including Gravity and Star Wars; in true interactive fashion, it includes a Q&A with the audience
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