(Pre-Order) Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey (Blu-ray) 2014

(Pre-Order) Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey (Blu-ray) 2014
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Amazon has the (Pre-Order) Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey 2014 (with Neil DeGrasse Tyson) Blu-Ray on sale for $29.99. Free shipping on $35+.

Compare at $40.99 @ Family Video.  
4.7/5 Stars based on 16 customer reviews on product page.

Note: Release date is June 10th. 

The DVD version is available for $24.99 


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has to be one of the best documentary's ever! this is the whole series 4 disc, 572 minutes. green fer op!
this set of discs can make a child or adult  sit in awe! if you have never seen this show you can check it out on http://www.cosmosontv.com/watch/250569283639          ( for only a limited time.)

IMHO - (just my opinion given for those with a little prior knowledge on the subjects) this is a truly disappointing show compared to Carl Sagan's Cosmos or his book. But has plenty of cartoons, so good for teenagers or those not already versed in the topics covered. If you've seen the show and like it, this may be a good deal for you. If you saw the first, but not this one - they are not comparable. - Just one guy's opinion given for the benefit of a few. -

Just my opinion, but I disagree with the poster above ^^^ me. This series is far superior to Carl Sagan's Cosmos series. Nothing against Carl Sagan or the producers of the 80's but they didn't have the technology to convey the big picture (or small one) to the full spectrum of ages. This series has the ability to keep the attention of young children and adults alike, something us mouth-breathing ADD 80's survivors need.

I found the music on the new series to be a bit much, compared to the sublimity of the original

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