Bob Edwards talks about the death of Carl Sagan.
He spoke with NPR's Ira Flatow earlier this year. (2:01)
Then go to this page on NPR's All Things Considered Web site
for this broadcast on Sagan's passing (fifth item down):
Linda talks with Tyler Nordgren, a graduate
student of astronomy
at Cornell University. They talks about how
Carl Sagan, who died
today at the age of 62, inspired him to study
used to rush home from school to watch Sagan's
"Cosmos" on television, and eventually decided
interacting galaxies as a result. (3:30)
Both segments require RealPlayer to listen to.