The latest stories from the Science & Environment section of the BBC News web site.
A reconnaissance flight in the South Atlantic obtains spectacular imagery of the giant iceberg A68a.
A Japanese spacecraft has released a container with material grabbed from a primitive space rock.
The US space agency has awarded two American and one Japanese firm contracts to pick up lunar soil.
The "ambitious" target for 2030 would see the UK move faster than any major economy, the PM says.
Video shows one of the world's largest telescopes at Puerto Rico's Arecibo Observatory crashing down.
Researchers say the paintings in modern-day Colombia are believed to be about 12,000 years old.
The robotic probe lifts off from the lunar surface carrying samples of rock and dust to send to Earth.
The world's most productive astronomical facility releases its third big tranche of sky data.
Keyboardist Edwin Congreave says musicians should stop global tours to slow climate change.
Maps will feature peaks and glaciers named after British individuals who've advanced polar science.
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