The ad was shot in one single take and did not make use of CGI effects. The imagery is quite powerful, even more so knowing that what you see is what actually took place on that dark and ominous track. You can see how much work went into the staging by watching this behind-the-scenes video.
Last week, astronomers announced that our nearest neighbouring star hosts an Earth-sized planet in the habitable zone -- an exciting prospect for alien life, and a possible second home for humanity. But before we assemble the interstellar welcoming party to greet our cosmic neighbours, we need to figure out whether Proxima b is capable of supporting life at all. Thanks to the James Webb Space Telescope, that question could be answered in less than three years.
By scanning the brains of dogs, researchers from Hungary have learned that our canine companions don't just care about what we say, it's also very important about how how we say it. Which means they can tell when you're feeding them a load of crap.