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A man adjusts his clock during daylight saving time. The Norwegian island of Sommaroy, which sits north of the Arctic Circle, enjoys unending sunlight from May 18 to July 26, and its residents argue that time is meaningless there. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Meet The Residents Of A Norwegian Island Who Want To Kill Time — Literally

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Step back in time: This is what 100 million years ago looked like, in a galaxy far, far away. ESO hide caption

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The Christmas Of Now: A Convergence Of Pasts

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Actors Will Smith and Naomie Harris pose for photographers upon arrival at the premiere of the film Collateral Beauty in London on Dec. 15, 2016. Joel Ryan/Invision/AP hide caption

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The star-forming area Messier 17, also known as the Omega Nebula or the Swan Nebula, is a vast region of gas, dust and hot young stars that lies in the heart of the Milky Way in the constellation of Sagittarius. ESO/INAF-VST/OmegaCAM hide caption

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Why We're All Trapped In 3-D

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The Brain's GPS May Also Help Us Map Our Memories

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Saturn has a rocky surface, but it's deep beneath the clouds. That makes it hard to tell exactly how long the day is. NASA hide caption

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A Day's A Day The World Around — But Shorter On Saturn

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