Our pick of the latest physics stories from around the world wide web.
Four new man made gases are attacking the ozone layer.
A physicist has figured out the formula for the famous flat loop for lasso.
A recent coronal mass ejection led to some great pictures of aurora across the UK.
A half tonne meteorite was spotted crashing into the moon and was bright enough to be seen from Earth.
The most precise measurement of the mass of an electron has been made by scientists in Germany.
A 270m wide asteroid is due to come with 3 miles of the Earth.
The National Ignition Facility has successful used laser fusion to extract energy more than was put in.
Astronomers have captured an image of a star from 13.6 billion years ago.
New images from HiRise has spotted a fresh crater on Mars.
A new type of circuit based on graphene, capable of operating wirelessly, has been made by researchers at IBM.
The latest gravity map of the Earth has been released.
Climate change has affected Coca Cola's ingrediants that it's calling for action on climate change.
Rosetta's mission to study a comet is ready to wake up.
Scientists have revealed why it's more efficicnet for birds to fly in a V formation.
A new type of hypervelocity star, travelling fast enough to escape the Milky Way has been found.
The black hole at the centre of our galaxy is lining up to engulf a huge cloud of gas.
The rover Spirit celebrates 10 years on Mars.
A new type of disaster detection service is trialled that uses GPS.
Scientists were able to use monitors to predict the size and time of an earthquake.
China's Jade Rabbit rover lands on the moon and sends back pictures.
Hubble has spotted water spouting from Jupiter's moon Europa, raising the possibility of a life searching mission.
NASA is sending turnip, cress and basil seeds to the moon to see if they will grow.
Hubble has detected signs of water on exoplanets.
China's lunar rover has successfully been launched.
It seems as though comet ISON has made it past the sun.
China will be launching their lunar rover 'jade rabbit' next month.
Scientist think they have found the oldest piece of Mars on Earth.
The comet ISON is now visible to the naked eye.
The MAVEN satellite is set for launch on the 18th November and is going to look at why Mars lost its atmosphere.
The director general of CERN says we'll need to build a machine four times as powerful as the LHC to probe the answers to the conondrum of dark matter.
There could be two billion Earth-like planets with water in our galaxy, says latest study.
Mars One will launch a test mission to Mars by 2016.
A new MRI scanner capable of seeing inside the body with ten times more detail than normal is almost ready.
A solar system containing 7 exoplanets has been found.
India will launch an orbiter towards Mars next week.
Part of the suspected meteorite that exploded over Chelyabinsk earlier this year was recovered from a lake.
Scientists have calculated it rains diamonds on Saturn and Jupiter.
A lonely planet unattached to any star has been detected by astronomers.
The Maven mission has been given emergency exemption from the US shutdown and will be launched next month.
Go behind the scenes at the LHC as Google release street view of the detectors at CERN.
Soil on Mars is found to contain water.
The IPCC will deliver their latest report on climate change.
The IPCC meet in Stockholm this week with government science ministers to discuss how to do proceed after publishing the summary of the physical science this friday.
Curiosity has found no evidence of methane producing life so far.
Dung beetles who navigate by the Milky Way and walking on water win IgNobel prizes for 2013.
Voyager 1 spacecraft is now in interstellar space.
New research shows volcano is one of solar system's largest.
A formula has shown that cow tipping is pretty much impossible.
A tiny frog found in the Seychelles uses its mouth to listen.
NASA releases a GIF of an aurora on the south pole.