Neil deGrasse Tyson, the host of Fox’s Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, will be coming to the Fox Theatre in Atlanta in March.
The evening is promised to be family-friendly, entertaining and also educational.
As viewers of Cosmos witnessed, Tyson has an undeniable talent to discussions science and the mysteries of the universe in a way that truly leaves audience members mesmerized.
Now, he’ll be bringing that talent to the Fox Theatre for a multi-media presentation about modern science.
With the famous astrophysicist clearly having a vast amount of knowledge, there is no telling what aspects of modern science the presentation will actually focus on the most.
In addition to hosting his own presentation, he is also expected to open up the floor to take questions from the audience with a particular focus on the children.
While many people were first introduced to Tyson through his captivating science special, it certainly isn’t the most impressive item on the New York native’s resume.
He is the host of StarTalk Radio and was deemed The New York Times best-selling author 10 times with 10 different books.
In 2001 and 2004, former President George W. Bush appointed Tyson to serve on commissions studying the future of the U.S. aerospace industry and the implementation of the U.S. space exploration policy.
Tyson also holds far more doctorates than the average person.
Throughout his career he has been awarded 18 honorary doctorates.
He has also been awarded the NASA Distinguished Public Service Medal, which is the highest NASA can give to any nongovernmental citizen.