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A daily newsletter charting the future: From technology to the scientific breakthroughs changing our lives.
The mysterious “skyglow” that has scientists confused
According to a new study STEVE — streaks of light that were previously thought to be auroras, are caused by an entirely new optical phenomenon that hasn’t been previously observed. Now scientists are trying to find out what’s causing it.
Can a virtual reality game help astronauts cope with the journey to Mars?04:29
Slow-moving hurricanes like Florence could become increasingly common04:07
Meet the billionaire fashion tycoon who will ride SpaceX's rocket around the moon02:01
Billionaire will invite artists to orbit moon with him aboard SpaceX spaceship01:10
After the storm: Dealing with the toxic waste hurricanes leave behind01:27
Why we can’t stop watching natural disasters on TV02:13