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Author, Scientist deGrasse Examines 'Death by Black Hole'

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Author, Scientist deGrasse Examines 'Death by Black Hole'

Author, Scientist deGrasse Examines 'Death by Black Hole'

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Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, director of the Hayden Planetarium, talks about his new book Death by Black Hole. His latest work collects his best essays on astrophysics and the nature of scientific inquiry. He also talks about the flap over the status of Pluto.