Prominent astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson will retain his job at the Hayden Planetarium of the American Museum of Natural History after an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct has been completed.
The Museum did not disclose any details The investigation was referred to as a "confidential personnel matter".
"The museum will not make any further statements".
Tyson, director of the Planetarium and moderator of the National Geographic Channel, shows "StarTalk". and "Cosmos", who were accused last year of three women who committed misconduct, unwanted sexual assault and abuses on the "Patheos" website, said the network had completed this investigation and was "committed to a broadcast date for According to the website, "StarTalk" should return i n April, according to the website.
Tyson did not respond immediately to a request for a comment on Sunday.
In a Facebook post last time One year Tyson apologized to one of the prosecutors, a professor of physics and astronomy who had described his behavior as "scary" and disrespectful of "female body autonomy."
Tyson also gave an encounter with a former production assistant in 201
] The Product After the incident Patheos quit her job after the incident.
A third woman accused Tyson of having drugged and raped her in 1984, when they were both graduate students at the University of Texas at Austin.
Tyson denied these allegations stating that they "stem from an assumption about what happened to her on a night she can not remember."