December 2, 2009

Travel Through The Cosmos Online Now For Free

Carl Sagan at the Very Large Array, located near Socorro, New Mexico, USA.
Photo provided by Cosmos Studios.

Travel through the Cosmos online now for free. Visit SnagFilms, and watch countless films and programmes anytime and anywhere an internet connection is available. There are many varied subjects to choose from. The list of choices now includes the classic scientific television series, Cosmos: A Personal Voyage, co-written by and staring world famous scientist Carl Sagan (November 9, 1934 – December 20, 1996). Twelve of the thirteen main episodes are currently available.

I thank Ted Leonsis for pointing out that this trip through time and space could be experienced via SnagFilms. Ted is the Chairman and Majority Owner of my favorite NHL team, the Washington Capitals. If you're interested in sports, films or music, and you haven't already done so, check out his blog - Ted's Take.

Cosmos - Episode 1: The Shores Of The Cosmic Ocean


Kameron D Kiggins said...

Oh wow, how cool! Thanks for posting this info -- I watched the Cosmos series as a kid, and it made a big impression on me. It'll be fun to see 'em again.

Dan, Jr. said...

Hey Kam. Thanks for stopping by.

Yeah, it's a great series. I've enjoyed watching Cosmos many times. It never gets old. I always get a kick out of the way Sagan said "billions and billions" of whatever. Funny and educational. Can't beat that.


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