Neil deGrasse Tyson: Super Scientist


Guess who found the location of Superman’s home planet of Krypton?  Oh yeah, we already told you.  The coolest super-scientist in New York– .

The “real” Krypton is in the Corvus constellation, about 27.1 light years from Earth, orbiting the red dwarf star LHS 2520, Tyson determined.

The Hayden Planetarium director tracked down the locale based on information provided to him by DC Comics, which was doing a story on Superman’s search for his home planet in the pages of “Action Comics.”

Read more at nypost.com and abc.go.com.

18 comments
ediblegenius
ediblegenius

What they don't show you is Hawkings and Luthor at the legion of Doom headquarters....

mistawag
mistawag

Knock off this crap and get back to work on the jet packs we were promised way back in the 50's!

seamus98
seamus98

how would you like to mow my lawn?

FLpro
FLpro

Next he can tell us where the bat cave is now??

Ziggy Stardust
Ziggy Stardust

Yeah, sorry I haven't picked up a comic book since I was seven. 

Judge Smails
Judge Smails

Watch out!  We've got a Super Bad Ass over here!

FezLineOfTheDay
FezLineOfTheDay

Isn't  Hayden Planetarium the cheerleader from Heroes 

Jerry65
Jerry65

I liked him in the rocky movies. I wish the Russian didn't kill him

LizSetsFire
LizSetsFire

He should have been the first black president.

AnthonyLoman
AnthonyLoman

Cool but what is with the fruity vest Neil?

Vickroy
Vickroy

I nearly fell out of my chair when Neil told Jon Stewart that The Daily Show globe at the beginning of the program is spinning the wrong way. Too fuckin funny.

Drippy Granny
Drippy Granny

@LizSetsFire I'd like that but you do know he's a super liberal

Drippy Granny
Drippy Granny

@AnthonyLoman It's super gay for a gay man or super stylish for a black man. Another reason why blacks and gays are in the same fight