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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Ann_DruyanAnn Druyan - Wikipedia

    Ann Druyan (/ d r iː ˈ æ n / dree-ANN; born June 13, 1949) is an American documentary producer and director specializing in the communication of science. She co-wrote the 1980 PBS documentary series Cosmos , hosted by Carl Sagan , whom she married in 1981.

    • June 13, 1949 (age 74), New York City, New York, U.S.
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  2. Ann Druyan (Queens, Nova Iorque, 13 de junho de 1949) é uma escritora, produtora e diretora de projetos de popularização e explanação científica estadunidense. É viúva de Carl Sagan, com quem se casou em 1981 e co-produziu a série de TV Cosmos. [1]

  3. Ann Druyan é a cocriadora, produtora e roteirista da série científica Cosmos, que estreia uma nova temporada no Brasil. Ela fala sobre a importância da ciência, a exploração espacial e a busca sagrada pelo essencial da ciência.

  4. 0:00 / 1:09:12. Ann Druyan is the writer, producer, director, and one of the most important and impactful communicators of science in our time. She co-wrote the 1980 science...

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  5. 8 de mar. de 2020 · Ann Druyan, co-writer of the original Cosmos series with Carl Sagan, talks about the new season that explores the possibilities of life in the universe. She also discusses her book, the Voyager records, and her role as a science communicator.

  6. 16 de mar. de 2020 · Ann Druyan, the co-writer and creative force behind the Cosmos TV series, talks about the importance of science, reality and hope in a turbulent time. She shares her vision of a possible future based on the Golden Records, the Voyager probes and the legacy of Carl Sagan.

  7. 1 de mar. de 2020 · Ann Druyan, co-creator of the PBS series Cosmos, talks about her vision of a better world through science and her hope for humanity. She shares her dream of a 2039 World's Fair with a Tree of Life statue made of carbon dioxide.