Thursday, March 20, 2014

National Geographic's Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey

What are these series of chalk art doing in the streets of BGC? Read more below to find out!
 So a few days ago Alice and I got invited by Nuffnang Philippines to National Geographic's exclusive event held at the Mind Museum. I had a great time during my last visit at the Mind Museum so it didn't take me a while to say yes..
And I'm glad I did!

The place was just truly spectacular! Hands down! The theme of the design is very fitting for the event!
I wish my camera was a little bit more cooperative than usual that night. Huhu

Before the program, we got to have a full course meal catered by Bizu. Alice and I also got to meet new and old faces in the community like lifestyle blogger Corrinne and fashion blogger Heidi with along with their kids.

The host throughout the event is my favorite DJ, Chico Garcia from RX93.1's Morning Rush who gave out his personal thoughts while watching the first episode of Cosmos.

Mind Museum Curator, Maribel Garcia introduced a short clip about Mind Museum being the first world-class Science museum in the Philippines.

And last but not the least Fox Philippines Head Executive, Jude Turcuato gave us information regarding upcoming episodes of Cosmos. 

Yes, there's 13 enriching episodes to watch out for! Catch the 13 billion years of the universe in 13 episodes, every Wednesday at 10 PM simulcast with Nat Geo and Fox. With two channels, there's no excuses not to watch! It's impossible to miss it also because it comes after None of the Above! I recommend everyone should watch that as well. Very educational.

Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey is a groundbreaking documentary series presented by Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson revealing the grandeur of the Universe through breathtaking imagery and other new elements. I simply cannot summarize the pilot episode because you really have to watch it yourselves! I just love it how they made the visuals more enticing for everyone, enough to spark their inner fascination with the heavenly bodies and such.

Again, thank you so much Nuffnang Philippines for inviting us and Nat Geo for making Cosmos happen!
To learn more about Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey, check out their website at


  1. Lucky you! :)
    I am a fan of National Geographic. I am addicted to documentaries. Hehe

    1. Cool! What's your favorite show on NatGeo? I really missed talking to you! :|

  2. Nice :)

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  3. Thanks for posting our pic. Nice to have met you. :)

    1. Sayang we didn't have a picture together as a group. Anyway it was nice meeting you. Hope to see you soon!


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