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Author Carl Sagan's complete list of books and series in order, with the latest releases, covers, descriptions and availability.
Approx. 6+ products · Contact: A Novel · Contacto / Contact (Spanish Edition) · Cosmic Connection · Contact · Pale Blue Dot · Contact · SPEAR OF MARS (The Future at War) · The Spear of Mars ...
C · The Cold and the Dark · Comet (book) · Contact (1997 American film) · Contact (novel) · The Cosmic Connection · Cosmos (Sagan book) · Cosmos: A Personal Voyage ...
In 1984 he co-authored the book The Cold and the Dark: The World after Nuclear War and in 1990 the book A Path Where No Man Thought: Nuclear Winter and the End ... Contact (novel) · Cosmos (Sagan book) · Carl Sagan Institute · Carl Sagan Medal Children: 5, including Sasha, Dorion and Nick Died: December 20, 1996 (aged 62); Seattle, Washington, U.S Known for: Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence (SETI); Cosmos: A Personal Voyage; Cosmos; Voyager Golden Record; Pion... Born: Carl Edward Sagan; November 9, 1934; Brooklyn, New York, U.S
Approx. 23+ products · Looking for books by Carl Sagan? See all books authored by Carl Sagan, including Cosmos, and The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Dark, ...
Carl Sagan has 93 books on Goodreads with 1098713 ratings. Carl Sagan's most popular book is Cosmos.
During his career as an author/writer, he published over 600 scientific papers and wrote and edited over 20 books. As far as fiction goes, Carl only wrote one ... Cosmos: (1980) Pale Blue Dot: (1994) Billions & Billions: (1997) Dragons of Eden: (1977)
After the success of the television series, author Sagan accompanied it with the Cosmos novel. After that, he wrote a science fiction book called as Contact ...
Books by Carl Sagan · Cosmos · Contact · The Dragons Of Eden Speculations On the Evolution Of Human Intelligence · Pale Blue Dot a Vision Of the Human Future In ... Education: The University of Chicago
Sep 29, 2020 · Sagan's next books in this area were The Cosmic Connection: An Extraterrestrial Perspective (1973), "produced" by Jerome Agel – winner of a ...