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Neil deGrasse Tyson: A Cosmic Perspective

Your personal astrophysicist returns this July
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    Melbourne • 15 July
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    Perth • 22 July
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    Brisbane • 23 July
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    Sydney • 29 July
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  • Plenary, Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
    Melbourne • 15 July
    ON SALE NOW
    $97.05 - $369.42*
    Meet & Greet, Premium, A, B & C Reserve
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  • Riverside Theatre, PCEC
    Perth • 22 July
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    Brisbane • 23 July
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    Sydney • 29 July
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About the event

In between dropping diss tracks about flat earth theories and tweeting about Trump’s disastrous science and arts policies, world renowned astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson is finding time to visit Australia in July 2017 in Neil deGrasse Tyson: A Cosmic Perspective.

Having left audiences hungry for more after his 2015 tour, An evening with Dr Neil deGrasse Tyson, Tyson is back to discuss the implications of A.I., the potential for another Space Race and the implications of encountering alien life. He will also be considering the role of scientific literacy in the era of ‘alternative facts’.

“The most dangerous people in a free society are those who don’t know… It’s okay to not know. But if you don’t know, but think you do know … that is dangerous. Those are the signs of the end of an informed democracy.”

NEIL DEGRASSE TYSON