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A daily newsletter charting the future: From technology to the scientific breakthroughs changing our lives.
Build Your Own Eclipse Viewer
Here is a quick demo about how to build a pinhole projector to safely view a projection of the eclipsed sun. When looking at the eclipse directly, protective eclipse glasses are necessary to prevent eye damage.
Can we figure out alien languages?04:45
In a 'not too distant future' Gattaca-like designer babies could become possible03:03
160 heartbeats per minute: The final, frantic moments before the historic moon landing01:59
This ship is on a six-year-long journey to prove that zero-emission ocean travel is possible01:13
Celestial object may help unlock mysteries of the early universe01:03
Scientists discover twelve new moons orbiting Jupiter, one of them is an oddity01:38