Questions and Answers on life in the universe & cosmic inspiration

Questions and answers on life in the universe and cosmic inspiration

At the Carl Sagan Institute inauguration: In closing, Steve Squyres, the James A. Weeks Professor of Physical Sciences, asked all the panelists – gathered together at the end of the day – to predict the scientific future, to which Druyan quipped to laughter and applause, “Prophecy is a lost art.”

Klarman Hall at sunset

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