Our pick of the latest physics stories from around the world wide web.
A critical part of the ITER's designs was finally approved, although the project is still behind schedule.
A giant quasar group has been discovered. It is 3 times as big as the biggest object in the universe and challenges Einstein's cosmological principle.
A lightweight space capsule is being developed to be tested in 2015 on the ISS that could lead to a wave of new designs.
The largest spiral galaxy has been imaged, and is expected to have results from a collision between two galaxies.
Results from the Kepler satellite show 1 in 6 stars have a earth-sized planet in orbit.
A Martian, meteorite different to any previously found, has been uncovered in Morocco.
A river of hydrocarbons has been found on Saturn's moon Titan.
Two NASA satellites are going to be crashed into the moon to study its interior.
Astronomer and TV personality Sir Patrick Moore has passed away, aged 89.
The Grail mission has released a detailed map of the moon showing the extent of the bombardment experienced by the moon.