We're talking about fusion, which is quite an extraordinary discovery if it holds true.
And we're also going to look at another breakthrough in science, that of making light travel in
two directions in time. There's an experiment that's been done on that.
And we're going to take another look at impact craters on the Moon because they've come up with a new theory about how some of them were formed.
That's all coming up on this edition of Astronomy Daily. With your host, Andrew Dunkley.
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