Sagan c. 1970s
Carl Edward Sagan
1934 nî 11 goe̍h 9 ji̍t
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
1996 nî 12 goe̍h 20 ji̍t (62 hòe)|
Seattle, Washington, U.S.
|Resting place||Lake View Cemetery|
University of Chicago |
(BA, BS, MS, PhD)
|Children||5; including Dorion, Nick and Sasha|
|Thesis||Physical studies of planets (1960)|
|Doctoral advisor||Gerard Kuiper|
Guā-pōo liân-kiat Siu-kái
|Scholia has a profile for Carl Sagan (Q410).|
- The Carl Sagan Portal
- David Morrison, "Carl Sagan", Biographical Memoirs of the National Academy of Sciences (2014)
- Sagan interviewed by Ted Turner, CNN, 1989, video: 44 minutes.
- BBC Radio program "Great Lives" on Carl Sagan's life
- "A man whose time has come"—Interview with Carl Sagan by Ian Ridpath, New Scientist, July 4, 1974
- Carl Sagan tī Bāng-lō͘ Tiān-iáⁿ Chu-liāu-khò͘
- Pang-bô͘:Worldcat id
- "Carl Sagan's Life and Legacy as Scientist, Teacher, and Skeptic", by David Morrison, Committee for Skeptical Inquiry
- FBI Records: The Vault – Carl Sagan at fbi.gov
- "NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) 19630011050: Direct Contact Among Galactic Civilizations by Relativistic Interstellar Spaceflight", Carl Sagan, when he was at Stanford University, in 1962, produced a controversial paper funded by a NASA research grant that concludes ancient alien intervention may have sparked human civilization.
- Scientist of the Day-Carl Sagan at Linda Hall Library
- Carl Sagan demonstrates how Eratosthenes determined that the Earth was round and the approximate circumference of the earth