Listen: Dr Neil Degrasse Tyson, Frederick P Rose Directorship, Hayden Planetarium discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"Theory a baby. Everyone welcome to impact theory. Today's guest is arguably one of the most important scientific voices of our time a Harvard and Columbia Columbia educated doctor of astrophysics with an impressive string bestselling books under his belt. He's been instrumental in creating some of the most influential works popular science. The world has ever known from his funny and informative shows star talk which in its very first year on TV was nominated for an emmy see for best informational programming to being the executive editor and on camera host the groundbreaking television series Cosmos which garnered four Emmys a a peabody award to critics choice. Awards was translated into forty. Five languages ran in one hundred eighty one countries and has been viewed by over seven seven hundred and fifty million people helping to inspire entire generations of budding scientists the world over his rare ability to spark curiosity and guide public. Scientific discourse has not only made him one of the most sought after public intellectuals. But it's seen him amass a staggering list of accolades including more than twenty honorary doctorates NASA bestowed upon him their distinguished public service medal. The International Astronomical Union in recognized his contributions by naming an asteroid after him he's had multiple presidential appointments was made a research associate of the Department of Astrophysics at at the American Museum of Natural History and was named as the fifth head of the world renowned Hayden Planetarium in New York City as well as their first ever occupant of the Frederick P Rose Directorship. So please help me in welcoming the man. People magazine named the sexiest astrophysicist Physicists alive the author of letters from an astrophysicist the legendary Dr Neil degrasse Tyson.."