A lot of people had problems with the science presented in Christopher Nolan's "Interstellar," but not Neil deGrasse Tyson. The renowned astrophysicist used his Twitter account to praise many aspects of the new film on Sunday night, including its representation of scientists. Warning: Some spoilers ahead.
Tyson, who last year critiqued the science in "Gravity," also discussed "Interstellar" on CBS:
Guess he liked this one better than "The Black Hole."
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