Our pick of the latest physics stories from around the world wide web.
NASA's MAVEN satellites has successfully entered orbit around Mars to study the atmosphere.
The way the eye processes information has inspired a new algorithm that can process data 400 times faster than before.
The landing site on the comet 67P for Philae has been chosen.
The Advanced LIGO experiment that is being built to try and detect gravitational waves, is progressing ahead of schedule.
A small meteorite landed in the Nicaraguan capital, Managua, near the international airport.
Rosetta is getting ready for manuouvres that will meant it is captured by the comet's gravity.
A new report has found melting ice is causing sea-level rise around the coast of Antarctica by about 2mm per year more than the general trend for the Southern Ocean as a whole in the period between 1992 and 2011.
Scientists think they have found out why some stars can re-ignite and explode.
Scientists have chosen five potential landing sites for the Rosetta mission.
German scientists have pieced together a huge mosaic image of the Martian surface that will help scientists choose landing sites for future Martian missions.
Grains captured by the Stardust spacecraft indicate they originated from outside our Solar System.
Physicists have successfully made a "tractor beam" in a water tank to control a table tennis ball.
After 10 years ESA Rosetta probe has caught up with the comet 67P.
The next Martian rover from NASA will try to make oxygen on the surface when it arrives in 2021.
Astronomers have detected very brief, very powerful bursts of radio waves but they have no idea what's causing these bursts or where they're coming from.
China is proposing a 52km ring for its next particle accelerator capable of reaching energies of 240 GeV.
Images of the comet that Rosetta will land on are released.
Physicists recreate conditions similar to those in the centre of planets.
Scientists have made the world's darkest material out of carbon nanotubes and reflects just 0.035% of light.
A collection of photos from the latest supermoon.
The scientific teams of BICEP2 and Planck will share their data on results gathered to shine a light on inflation.
The top of a mountain in Chile has been blown up to make way for the European-Extremely Large Telescope (E-ELT), the world's largest optical and infrared telescope.
Scientists have found water trapped in rocks deep inside the Earth and are raising questions about how the Earth formed.
Singer Sarah Brightman is scheduled to fly to the ISS to become the first professional musician to sing from space.
Scientist say they have found traces of another planet Theia on samples of the moon.
A new class of planet has been found, called mega-Earth, with a mass of 17 Earths.
Jupiter's giant red spot, a storm the size of a planet, is shrinking.
The Rosetta spacecraft has completed a space manouver to bring it closer to comet 67P/C-G
A new simulation of the universe shows how galaxies form around dark matter.
New White House report says climate change is impacting the US more than ever.
NASA has unveiled a new prototype spacesuit suitable for a trip to Mars.
NASA have released a new Hubble image of a star cluster which contains over 100,000 stars.
The extraordinary brightness of a supernova has been stumping scientist but is due to a galaxy in front.
Kepler has spotted what scientists are calling the "most Earth-like planet yet".
A new moon may have formed from part of Saturn's rings
A new landing system for Mars is being tested, taking inspiration from the Hawaiian puffer fish.
The IPCC says the world needs a Plan B to address climate change because of a lack of political movement.
The Sentinel-1a spacecraft has been launched to map Earth's surface using radar.
Gravity measurements from Cassini point to an ocean on Enceladus.
The new report highlights areas becoming affected by climate change from food production to weather.
Astronomers have detected signs that they have spotted an asteroid with rings.
The Rosetta probe has turning on its instruments after hibernating for almost three years.
Scientists have found evidence that the universe underwent a faster-than-light expansion early on.
Scientists have made object invisible to sound.
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.