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SpaceX 'Mars' rocket engine tested
Private company SpaceX has carried out its first test of the Raptor rocket engine designed to send humans to Mars

Comet crash: a guide to Rosetta?s big finale
Spacecraft will strive to the end to capture best-ever comet images during descent

Grading the Presidential Candidates on Science
Scientific American evaluates responses from Clinton, Trump, Johnson and Stein to 20 questions-- Read more on ScientificAmericancom

Elon Musk to outline Mars vision
Entrepreneur Elon Musk is about to outline his vision for getting humans to Mars and back

No, NASA hasn?t changed the zodiac signs or added a new one
Astrology fans should realise that the star signs they love have long been out of date, as NASA and astronomers occasionally point out, says Phil Plait

Rosetta crashes into comet: Live from the Nature studio
Follow's Rosetta's descent to the surface of comet 67-P after more than a decade in space

Swarm of voracious comb jellies threatens fish off Italian coast
The notorious sea creature shipped around by ballast waters devastated Black Sea fisheries in the 1990s Now it's found a new home off the coast of Italy

Ancestor of arthropods had the mouth of a penis worm
Imagine a meter long worm with 12 stubby legs and matching sets of flaps running down the body On the head is a large pair of spiny appendages used for grasping prey that transport victims into a circular mouth with several rows of teeth

Deal emerges to curb greenhouse-gas emissions from aviation
Airlines would be required to offset most of their greenhouse-gas emissions after 2020 under the latest plan

Huge blue topaz stone on loan to Natural History Museum
A blue topaz stone, thought to be the largest-ever, is to go on permanent loan to the Natural History Museum in London

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