Pulitzer Prize winning author and distinguished scientist Carl Sagan was known to millions of readers for his translucent explanatory powers and for his passionate commitment to space exploration. In addition to his popular books, he wrote numerous articles and essays for various magazines and professional journals.
Presented here for the first time in audiobook format are eight of his most important short works dealing with representative themes and subjects, including extraterrestrial life, scientific discovery, and the human search for meaning. Contents: Life in the Universe; The Abundance of Life-Bearing Planets; Is There Intelligence Life on Earth?; The Search for Extraterrestrial Life; The Search for Signals from Space; Long-Range Consequences of Interplanetary Collisions; Can We Know the Universe?; The Age of Exploration