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Climate change: 'Hell to pay' if COP24 talks fail
Weary delegates enter the last official day of UN climate talks with many critical issues undecided.[click for more]
Nasa's Jupiter mission Juno reveals giant polar storms
Stunning images from Nasa`s Jupiter "JunoCam" show huge, "endless storms" at the planet`s poles.[click for more]
Parker Solar Probe: Sun-skimming mission starts calling home
Having become the closest-ever human-made object to our star, the Parker spacecraft returns its first data[click for more]
Climate change: Failure to tackle warming 'suicidal'
UN secretary general tells climate negotiators in Poland that failure to make progress would be a desperate blow for the planet.[click for more]
Climate change is 'shrinking winter'
Snowy mountain winters are being squeezed into shorter periods, threatening water supplies and increasing wildfire risk.[click for more]
'Planet of the chickens': How the bird took over the world
With around 23 billion chickens on the planet at any one time, the bird is a symbol of our times, say scientists.[click for more]
Nasa's IceSat space laser makes height maps of Earth
One of the most powerful Earth observation tools ever put in orbit is now gathering data about the planet.[click for more]
Climate change: Arctic reindeer numbers crash by half
Climate change in the Arctic has caused the wild reindeer population to crash by 56%, a report says.[click for more]
Gene study unravels redheads mystery
Researchers at Edinburgh University carry out out the largest genetic study of hair colour to date.[click for more]
'Surprise' Palu tsunami clue found on seafloor
Scientists are getting closer to understanding the damaging tsunami that struck Sulawesi in September.[click for more]
ISS: Spacewalk cosmonauts investigate mystery hole
The mystery hole in a Soyuz capsule docked to the International Space Station caused a pressure leak.[click for more]
East Antarctica's glaciers are stirring
Nasa detects the first signs of significant melting in a swathe of previously quiet ice streams.[click for more]
Climate change: Protecting the poor from green taxes
Has President Macron`s controversial fuel tax set back carbon taxes globally?[click for more]
Amount of deep life on Earth quantified
Having dug and drilled into the Earth, scientists can now estimate how much life exists at depth.[click for more]
Nasa's Voyager 2 probe 'leaves the Solar System'
Voyager 2, a space probe launched in 1977, becomes only the second human-made object to enter the space between the stars.[click for more]
Himalayan and other Asian glaciers put the brakes on
The ice streams that flow down the flanks of Asia`s high mountains are moving slower as they thin.[click for more]
Climate change: Trump coal event overshadowed at COP24
White House efforts to promote fossil fuels are set to be upstaged by investors moving away from coal.[click for more]
'Digital museum' brings millions of fossils out of the dark
A global effort to digitally record millions of fossils is set to transform the study of evolution.[click for more]
Nasa's InSight probe listens to Martian winds
Two instruments on the recently landed InSight probe capture the noise made by the planet`s wind.[click for more]
Climate change: COP24 fails to adopt key scientific report
A major climate conference in Poland has failed to adopt a key report after a dispute over a form of words.[click for more]
Bloodhound supersonic car project axed
The driver of the 1,000mph supersonic vehicle says the car is available for the cost of a Ferrari.[click for more]
Chang'e-4: China mission launches to far side of Moon
It is the first attempt to land robotic craft on the side of the Moon which never faces Earth.[click for more]
Trump's environmental rollback rolls on
The administration plans to open protected lands for drilling and lift curbs on carbon emissions.[click for more]
Climate change: Warming made UK heatwave 30 times more likely
Rising global temperatures have massively boosted the chances of summer heatwaves in the UK, says a study.[click for more]
Cars and coal help drive 'strong' CO2 rise in 2018
CO2 emissions hit an all time high, rising nearly 3% in 2018 thanks to coal and a booming global market for cars.[click for more]
Game-on for UK's Team Tao in ocean XPRIZE final
A UK-based team arrives in Greece for the grand final of a contest to find innovative solutions for seafloor mapping.[click for more]
Ash dieback: Ash woodlands 'may flourish once again'
Scientists say there is hope that some ash trees can survive in the future, despite ash dieback.[click for more]
Saving the last West African giraffes in Niger
The highly threatened subspecies has been brought back to a reserve in Niger after a 50-year absence.[click for more]
World's strangest sharks and rays 'on brink of extinction'
A shark that uses its tail to stun prey and a ray half the length of a bus are on the list of 50 species.[click for more]
Osiris-Rex: Nasa probe arrives at Asteroid Bennu
Nasa`s Osiris-Rex spacecraft moves alongside the 500m-wide rock from which it hopes to grab a sample.[click for more]