Carl Sagan & Ann Druyan

Saturday, December 07, 1985

Lloyd Moss talks to Pulitzer-Prize-winning astronomer Dr. Carl Sagan and his wife, author Ann Druyan, about their ten-year collaboration and their upcoming book, Comet. They discuss the Voyager Interstellar Record Project and the collection of culture and music that was curated for it. They discuss the five musical selections which were culled from the twenty-seven works used in the Voyager project.


WNYC archives id: 68540

Guests:

Ann Druyan and Carl Sagan

Hosted by:

Lloyd Moss

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