The Cosmic Calendar

I first encountered Carl Sagan’s Cosmic Calendar watching Cosmos as a kid.
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  1. Tygger Says:

    Cosmos!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ace!!!!!!

    I even made a DVD of what you gave us, for my dad … thank you :)

  2. Nic Says:

    This is so cool, I love the light on his face, it’s really well done:-)

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