The Carl Sagan Archive Can Now Be Seen on Library of Congress Website February 1, 2014

The Carl Sagan Archive Can Now Be Seen on Library of Congress Website

“Family Guy” haters, get ready for some internal conflict.

The Library of Congress just acquired the “Seth MacFarlane Collection of the Carl Sagan and Ann Druyan Archive” and it’s a treasure trove of Sagan artifacts that his fans will love digging through. Hell, there are (silent) home movies of Sagan as a kid!

Strangely enough, I still imagine him having the same voice in those clips as he did as an adult…

There’s so much of interest here, including an early draft of Pale Blue Dot and correspondence with a budding young astronomer named Neil deGrasse Tyson.

(via Boing Boing)

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