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The Center of all Things

An homage to Carl Sagan's "Pale Blue Dot," this video explores humankind's place in the cosmos.

Originally uploaded in December 2010, this update features a few minor revisions and a new narrator, L. Harvey Gold, who has provided voice-overs for the Discovery Channel, National Geographic, the Biography Channel, IBM, ESPN, Toyota and others. (I was the original narrator, and I replaced the one major thing about the video that I wasn't satisfied with...me. - Seth Andrews)

TAGGED: SCIENCE, SPACE


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