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Carolus Sagan

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Nativitas: 9 Novembris 1934; Brooklyn
Obitus: 20 Decembris 1996; Seattlum
Patria: Civitates Foederatae Americae
Nomen nativum: Carl Edward Sagan

Officium

Munus: cosmologist, astrophysicist, mythistoricus, planetary scientist, space scientist, science communicator, science fiction writer, science writer, Astronomus, professor, Scriptor, non-fiction writer, physicus
Patronus: Universitas Cornelliana

Familia

Coniunx: Linda Salzman Sagan, Lynn Margulis, Ann Druyan
Proles: Dorion Sagan, Jeremy Sagan, Nick Sagan

Memoria

Laurae: Solstice Award, Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction, Humanist of the Year, James Parks Morton Interfaith Award, Carl Sagan Award for Public Understanding of Science, Oersted Medal, Klumpke-Roberts Award, New Jersey Hall of Fame, Leo Szilard Lectureship Award, Gerard P. Kuiper Prize, Fellow of the American Physical Society, Public Welfare Medal

Carolus Eduardus Sagan (natus familia Iudaica oriunda e Ucraina die 9 Novembris 1934 Bruclini in burgo Urbis Novi Eboraci; multos annos grave morbo laborante mortuus die 20 Decembris 1996 Seattli Vasingtoniae) fuit astronomus, astrophysicus, exobiologus, et de scientia scriptor Americanus.

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