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Earth

Tiny galaxy born in stellar crash

Tiny galaxy born in stellar crash

A nearby dwarf galaxy was formed when two even smaller galaxies collided

Capital

Successful? Why it might not last

Successful? Why it might not last

These five harsh realities make it hard to stay on top

Autos

Satan's own sled?

Satan's own sled?

Charger SRT Hellcat burns tires – and souls

Culture

Hollywood’s sinister side

Hollywood’s sinister side

A hidden world of power and decadence

Future

Are ‘oceans’ hiding inside Earth?

Are ‘oceans’ hiding inside Earth?

Did the mantle give birth to seas?

Travel

India’s pure, wicked wilderness

India’s pure, wicked wilderness

A sanctuary where crocs easily overturn boats

BBC America

unexpected Asia

Primate

Meet the world's oldest primate

The adorable-looking tarsier is the oldest surviving primate on Earth - but it isn’t easy to find. The BBC travels to the Philippine island that the animal calls home.

Tomorrow's cities

Signs from the future?

Sign of the times?

The sci-fi vision of people commuting using jetpacks may not be that far off. What will street signs look like in an age of driverless cars, internet-linked contact lenses and solar roads?

the power of big data

No-data

Could you go a day without data?

We leave digital traces almost everywhere we go. What happens when someone attempts to avoid dropping a trail of data bread crumbs for 24 hours? Rory Cellan-Jones found out.

Weather

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