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It’s the final episode of COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey.

Heather French and Timothy Harvey really aren’t ready to bid goodbye to the Neil deGrasse Tyson-hosted series, but all good things, as they say, must come to an end.

What both versions of COSMOS set out to do, and what we here at SciFi4Me think they accomplished very well, was to engage the viewer, to excite the viewer, and to show the rich history and boundless future of science. To inspire yet another generation to ask questions, seek answers, and explore the Universe, to go, as Heather would love to say, “Deeper, deeper, deeper still”. Your hosts of Notes From The Cosmic Shore have a few thoughts, not only on the final episode “Unafraid of the Dark”, but also on the legacy of COSMOS itself.

Thank you for listening. We hope you’ve enjoyed it, and we look forward to bringing you the next phase of Notes From The Cosmic Shore… as our new ongoing science and technology podcast.

COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey, hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson, aired on 10 Fox networks including FOX and FX Sundays at 9:00PM Eastern/8:00PM Central, and Mondays on the National Geographic Channel.


Timothy Harvey

Timothy Harvey is a Kansas City based writer, director, actor and editor, with something of a passion for film noir movies. He was the art director for the horror films American Maniacs, Blood of Me, and the pilot for the science fiction series Paradox City. His own short films include the Noir Trilogy, 9 1/2 Years, The Statement of Randolph Carter - adapted for the screen by Jason Hunt - and the music video for IAMEVE’s Temptress. He’s a former President and board member for the Independent Filmmakers Coalition of Kansas City, and has served on the board of Film Society KC.

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