Bill Nye The Science Guy
The Grand Canyon is cut in 30 million-year-old sediments?
HomeHome About BillAbout Bill Nye MediaMedia Speaking EngagementsAppearances Nye StoreBill Nye Store For Kids & TeachersFor Kids & Teachers E-CardsE-Cards ContactContact Bill

In Honor of Stephen Hawking

By Bill Nye | Published: March 2, 2010 – 10:28 am

On Saturday February 27, The Planetary Society honored Stephen Hawking with the Cosmos Award, named in honor of Carl Sagan. Professor Hawking delivered an insightful talk about balancing robot exploration with human spaceflight. Then our panel took questions from the British audience. We all want to extend our reach to distant destinations, especially Mars. For the sake of humankind, these places need to be explored. We were in Cambridge, Britain.

3 Responses to “In Honor of Stephen Hawking”

  1. Steven says:

    Who’s the flashy lady on the left? Ahem anyways always looking classy Prof. Nye.

  2. James says:

    @ Steven: Yea I agree, the lady on the left with the red hair is deff. cute!!

  3. Wow, awesome weblog layout! How lengthy have you been blogging for? you make blogging look easy. The full glance of your website is fantastic, as neatly as the content!

Leave a Reply

Filed under: Uncategorized

Follow TheScienceGuy on Twitter Follow Bill on Facebook Bill Nye the Science Guy: Offical You Tube Page
Epsiode Guide