In the upcoming issue of Action Comics Superman #14 ('Star Light, Star Bright'), Neil DeGrasse Tyson helps Superman find where his home world of Krypton is located the galaxy. SPOILER: Not second star to the right and straight on till morning.
Krypton is found 27.1 light-years from Earth, in the southern constellation Corvus (The Crow), says Neil deGrasse Tyson, director of the American Museum of Natural History's Hayden Planetarium in New York City. The planet orbits the red dwarf star LHS 2520, which is cooler and smaller than our sun.
Tyson performed the celestial sleuthing at the request of DC Comics, which wanted to run a story about Superman's search for his home planet.
"As a native of Metropolis, I was delighted to help Superman, who has done so much for my city over all these years," Tyson said in a statement. "And it's clear that if he weren't a superhero he would have made quite an astrophysicist."
Ahahahahaha, Neil thinks he lives in Metropolis. I knew he was wacky, but that...that's going too far. He keeps that up and he's gonna to be talking to himself and eating cigarette butts off the sidewalk in no time. Which, fun fact, I know a guy who does and actually makes them look pretty good. So Neil, you helped Superman find his home planet, how about telling me where I came from. "You were hellspawned." Damn yeah I was! *lighting wallpaper on fire*
Thanks to Elayna & Travis, who tried to tell me babies come from storks. Please! Isn't it pelicans?