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Cosmos, A special Edition


Taken from the Cosmos Wikipedia page:

"The 1986 special edition of Cosmos is distinctive in many ways. It featured new narration by and filmed segments with Sagan, including content from Sagan's book Comet and discussion of his theory of nuclear winter (none of which was used in subsequent television or home video releases.) The series is much shorter than the original, running four and a half hours. It premiered as one marathon program on the TBS network and has been repeated as six episodes each about 45 minutes in length"

Does anyone have any information on this series? I can't seem to find anything on it other than what I posted above and a few images, it doesn't even have an IMDB page :(

"Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known." - Carl Sagan

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It's just an edited version of this series, with some of the new footage that was inserted for the reissue, in spite of what the wiki entry says.

You are in fact seeing it when you watch this show.

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