Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey Blu-Ray Giveaway

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Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment presents a fantastic journey through the universe as Carl Sagan’s visionary series continues with COSMOS: A SPACETIME ODYSSEY, arriving on Blu-ray and DVD June 10. Debuting two days after the epic conclusion, fans can re-watch this legendary story 13.8 billion years in the making just in time for Father’s Day in spectacular high-definition.

Hosted by renowned astrophysicist Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson and executive produced by Ann Druyan, Seth MacFarlane, Mitchell Cannold and Brannon Braga, COSMOS: A SPACETIME ODYSSEY features incredible bonus materials including a stunning five-part documentary on the making of this critically-acclaimed ground-breaking event. Fans can also discover what connects us all and see the past, present and future of our galaxy with the interactive “Cosmic Calendar,” exclusive to the Blu-ray release.

COSMOS: A SPACETIME ODYSSEY is the spectacular follow-up to Carl Sagan’s award-winning series that explored the remarkable mysteries of the cosmos and our place within it. This thrilling, 13-part adventure transports viewers across the universe of space and time, bringing to life never-before-told stories of the heroic quest for knowledge and a deeper understanding of nature. With an updated Cosmic Calendar, dazzling visual effects, and the wondrous Ship of the Imagination, fans will experience an unforgettable journey to new worlds and across the universe for a vision of the cosmos on the grandest and smallest scale.


In its thirteen episodes, COSMOS: A SPACETIME ODYSSEY has endeavored to bring light to some of the heroes of scientific history who have been unjustly overlooked. In honor of the series’ release on Blu-ray and DVD on June 10, we’re taking a look back at a few of these important forgotten trailblazers.


Going against convention, this Dominican friar was vocal in his claim that the earth not only revolved around the sun (a relatively new idea at the time), but that the sun was just another of the countless stars in the sky and there were a multitude of other worlds in the universe. Bruno was burned at the stake for his beliefs, years before he would be proven right by astronomers.


An accomplished astronomer, Herschel discovered the planet Uranus along with its two largest moons, was the first to determine the existence of infrared radiation and observed the phenomenon of binary stars caught in the gravitation pull of invisible dark stars.


Michell was one of the greatest scientific minds of the 18th century that most people have never heard of. He was the first person to propose the idea of black holes, the first to hypothesize that earthquakes move in waves and the first to develop a way to make artificial magnets. His biggest downfall was his lack of interest in promoting his own ideas to the scientific community.


Not only was Patterson the first to use Uranium-Lead dating to calculate the age of the Earth (4.55 billion years), but in the process he developed new standards for sterile lab conditions and, perhaps most importantly, discovered the growing threat of lead poisoning from industrial sources such as car emissions and paint. His tireless lobbying of the government eventually led to strict sanctions on the use of lead in consumer products by the Environmental Protection Agency that are still in place today.


Cannon and Leavitt were employed by Harvard Observatory directory Edward C. Pickering to help him in his endeavors to map and classify the stars. Cannon is credited with creating the Harvard Classification System, which organizes stars based on temperature. Leavitt discovered an important astronomical relationship that later allowed astronomers to calculate the distance between Earth and far away galaxies.

Learn more inspirational stories of science heroes by watching COSMOS: A SPACETIME ODYSSEY on Blu-ray and DVD, June 10th.


Win it:

One Frugal Mom Eh reader will win their own copy of Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey on Blu-Ray.  Giveaway is open to residents of Canada and the USA and ends on June 29th 2014 at 11:59 pm EST.  See giveaway tools form for entry and full T&C.



142 thoughts on “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey Blu-Ray Giveaway

  1. *******Probably give this to my son who loves this stuff and is an aspiring pilot******

  2. I think this would be a great gift for my kids to take to Grandpa’s house for Father’s Day weekend.

  3. Je pense que c’ est une histoire que l’ on peut partager, c’ est instructif et fantastique plus on le fait voir à nos proches et plus il circule mieux c’ est.

  4. I will keep it for myself. I saw parts of the series and would love to see the complete series.

  5. If I am lucky enough to win a copy, I will keep it for me and my family to enjoy. Thanks for having the giveaway, and for the chance.

  6. We’d watch it together as a family and then share it with my sister’s family to enjoy.

  7. I would keep it. I saw Neil on the Tonight Show this week and realized how much I want it.

  8. Would have to keep it for myself as I missed quite a few episodes and love this type of show

  9. I’d gift this to my nephew, a budding scientist, but I’d definitely want to watch it with him!

  10. I would definitely keep this for the whole family to watch, it would be a great addition to our educational dvds!

  11. I’d keep it. I need to watch it. I was in the room with everyone else when it was on TV, but I think I fell asleep every single time it was on. I need to see the last half hour of every episode! It just aired too late to me, and I think Mr. Tyson’s voice is just too soothing, and put me to sleep. 🙁

  12. I love this. I would absolutely keep it for myself. My hubby and I would very much enjoy this.

  13. I would enjoy this series with my mother whom wouldn’t in her wildest dreams think this stuff is reality.

  14. I will keep this for myself as this looks like it has amazing visuals to look at in the high definition format. Thanks for the chance!

  15. I would keep this for myself to use in my classroom. I have shown some of the episodes to my students and they loved it.

  16. I would keep it because my daughter will be learning about this stuff during this new school year! 😀

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