COSMOS Episode 1: Standing Up in the Milky Way Worksheet (2014)

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COSMOS Episode 1: Standing Up in the Milky Way (2014) is a remake of the classic Sagan series from the early 80s. The series has been thoroughly refreshed and updated for a new generation of learners, eager to see the Cosmos through fresh eyes. COSMOS is the story of us. It’s about how we got here as explained by the quantitative, unbiased powers of science. In the ship of the imagination, host Neil DeGrasse Tyson explores the fundamental questions humanity has about our evolution, our discoveries, our fate, and the meaning of our place in the universal scheme.

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COSMOS Episode 1: Standing Up in the Milky Way (2014) is a remake of the classic Sagan series from the early 80s. The series has been thoroughly refreshed and updated for a new generation of learners, eager to see the Cosmos through fresh eyes. COSMOS is the story of us. It’s about how we got here as explained by the quantitative, unbiased powers of science. In the ship of the imagination, host Neil DeGrasse Tyson explores the fundamental questions humanity has about our evolution, our discoveries, our fate, and the meaning of our place in the universal scheme.

This episode is appropriate for the following classes: biology, physics, astronomy, chemistry, physical science, general science, history, and even philosophy.

In this episode, Tyson describes our universal address, the historical significance of Giordano Bruno, and an in-depth look at the cosmic calendar, which compresses the entire 13.8-billion-year history of the cosmos into a single calendar year.

Scientific concepts discussed include the scientific method, continental plate movements, plate tectonics, the solar system and planets, our planetary address, Giordano Bruno historical significance, the separation of church and state, the cosmic calendar, and human mortality.

The runtime is 44 minutes. The video guide is designed to last an entire class, with some time left over to answer questions or facilitate a classroom discussion.

COSMOS episode 1, Neil DeGrasse Tyson, standing up in the milky way, scientific method, continental plate movements, plate tectonics, the solar system and planets, our planetary address, Giordano Bruno historical significance, the separation of church and state, the cosmic calendar, human mortality, scientific philosophy

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