ICYMI: Seeing CO2 from space, best arena selfie and more

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ICYMI: Seeing CO2 from space, best arena selfie and more image
ICYMI: Seeing CO2 from space, best arena selfie and more

Today on In Case You Missed It: An app that syncs up with robotic cameras in sports arenas is up and running in a few locations in California. With it, attendees can get photos of themselves at the game after entering their seat number in the free app. NASA is beginning a long-term study into CO2 absorption on the earth, with the hopeful goal of better sequestering and controlling greenhouse gases. And a new report is out on the fluorescent eel discovery of 2011. While the same marine biologist has just discovered a fluorescent turtle, the eel report says the neon was likely selected to attract a mate.

We recommend reading up on Tim Cook's letter to employees in the wake of an Apple store in Australia refusing to allow black teenagers inside, as well as the Google self-driving car story for the lols.

A personal note: We at ICYMI reached our 100th show this week since launching in June and we wouldn't still be rolling if the views and support weren't so phenomenal. Thank you, friends! And we shot the show before news of the attacks in Paris so we also want to send our support and good thoughts to our readers overseas.

If you come across any interesting videos, we'd love to see them. Just tweet us with the #ICYMI hashtag @engadget or @mskerryd.
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