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Skepchick Presents: A Conversation with Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson (Part 7)

The following video is the final installment of my conversation with Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson.

You can see Parts 1 & 2 here, Parts 3 & 4 here, Part 5 here, and Part 6 here. Or you can see all the videos in this Playlist on YouTube here.

Part 7


Video production and editing: Chris Moyer of Dropframe Video. Contact him at Malachi Constant.

Sam Ogden

Sam Ogden is a writer, beach bum, and songwriter living in Houston, Texas, but he may be found scratching himself at many points across the globe. Follow him on Twitter @SamOgden

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  1. Well I’m moving out of town at the end of the year, so hopefully he can find someone else who’s willing to shoot future interviews.

    Are there any video producers in Houston out there willing to step up?

  2. @killyosaur:


    And I have had a wonderful time being a part of the process.

    Yeah, as Malachi Constant mentioned, we may have time to do one more before the end of the year, and I’ve been looking around to see who is coming through town in the next month or two. Course, I’ve been working on some other projects at the same time, and so my search has been kind of half-assed. But I hope to turn my full attention to it sometime next week. (Any tips or suggestions?)

    Hopefully we can bring you guys more and more of these, but things will be in flux over the holiday season. We’ll see how it plays out.

  3. I’m so glad that you made these videos! They’re a joy to watch. Since I unintentionally ninja’d my way into UP, I’ve been sitting around reading science books and teaching myself calculus. These are a lovely addition to my studies.

    Also, I wish you would’ve let the Teen Skepchicks know that you were doing this! I live in Houston right by NASA, after all, and I totally would’ve been game to help y’all out, especially after the UP. ;)

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