Carl Sagan – American Astronomer
Nov. 9, 1934 – Dec. 20, 1996
Very interested in what life on other planets would be like, which is known as SETI (search for extraterrestrial intelligence).
Sagan was a science communicator, which meant he taught people about science. He wrote many books and appeared on television constantly. He mostly talked about planetary science and topics related to space.
One of his most famous works includes. Cosmos: A Personal Voyage. Cosmos was a television series about many different scientific topics, which Sagan co-wrote and narrated. It made him very famous outside the world of science.
Sagan supported the scientific method and scientific skepticism.