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The Key to Better Sleep in Space? Some Nice, Colorful Light

It's hard to get a good night's sleep in orbit. Astronauts on the International Space Station see a sunrise every 90 minutes or so, which leads to some seriously messed-up internal clocks. Sleeping pills help a bit, but now scientists think they can game circadian rhythms more naturally—and effectively—with new light bulbs.

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