Gravity has gotten generally pretty positive reviews, but if you’re super famous astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson, you wouldn’t be watching a movie like Gravity for the writing, the acting or the amazing sound. You’d be watching for every little scientific inaccuracy, as you should if you were Neil DeGrasse Tyson. So after watching Gravity, Tyson went on a hilarious science ass-beating fact checking mission. Because even if it’s a good movie, Hollywood shouldn’t get too sloppy with science.
While a new version of Cosmos, the monumental Carl Sagan science miniseries from 1970, has been in the works since 2011, it was just recently confirmed that astronomer extraordinaire Neil DeGrasse Tyson will in fact be taking Sagan’s place as your guide through the universe.