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National Geographic Channel's first late-night talk show stars renowned astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson and is based on his popular podcast of the same name. The TV series' hourlong episodes provide a unique opportunity, Tyson says, to show how culturally pervasive and entertaining science can be. Guests including President Jimmy Carter, director Christopher Nolan, astronaut Chris Hadfield, journalist Arianna Huffington, actor George Takei and writer Norman Lear talk about topics like space travel, extraterrestrial life, the big-bang theory, the future of Earth and the environment. By bridging the intersection between pop culture and science, Tyson hopes to inspire everyone to "keep looking up."

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Host Neil deGrasse Tyson features his interview with astronaut Scott Kelly.
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Host Neil deGrasse Tyson interviews world champion surfer Kelly Slater.
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Host Neil deGrasse Tyson interviews puppeteer Frank Oz.
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Host Neil deGrasse Tyson interviews world-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking.
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Host Neil deGrasse Tyson features his interview with comedian Bill Maher.
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Neil deGrasse Tyson interviews NASA astronaut Mae Jemison and discusses the challenges of interstellar travel with comic Godfrey and physicist Lawrence Krauss.
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Host Neil deGrasse Tyson is joined by novelist and Booker Prize winner Salman Rushdie who talks about the intricate science of storytelling.
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Neil Tyson features his interview with jazz legends Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter.
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Neil deGrasse Tyson features his interview with NOAA Administrator Kathryn D. Sullivan.
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Host Neil deGrasse Tyson features his interview with astronomer Jill Tarter.
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Host Neil deGrasse Tyson features his interview with "Game of Thrones" actor Isaac Wright.
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Host Neil deGrasse Tyson features his interview with soccer goalie Hope Solo.
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Host Neil deGrasse Tyson features his interview with iconic actor William Shatner.
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Host Neil deGrasse Tyson features his interview with comedian and car enthusiast Jay Leno.
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Host Neil deGrasse Tyson features his interview with master navigator Nainoa Thompson.
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Host Neil deGrasse Tyson features his interview with actor Terry Crews.
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Host Neil deGrasse Tyson, astrophysicist Charles Liu and comic Sasheer Zamata try to answer some of singer Katy Perry's quirky cosmic queries.
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Neil deGrasse Tyson interviews filmmaker and Nat Geo explorer-in-residence James Cameron.
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Host Neil deGrasse Tyson features his interview with former head of DARPA Arati Prabhakar.
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Neil deGrasse Tyson interviews legendary oceanographer Sylvia Earle and aquanaut Fabien Cousteau.
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Host Neil deGrasse Tyson features his interview with filmmaker and comic book fanatic Kevin Smith.

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