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Four astronauts return to Earth after six months on space station

Four astronauts have returned to Earth in a SpaceX capsule at the end of a nearly six-month space station mission, splashing down in the...

Chinese astronauts return to Earth after six months on country’s space station

Three Chinese astronauts returned to Earth on Saturday after six months aboard their country’s newest orbital station in the longest-crewed mission to date for...

37% of Britons think humans will inevitably have to live in space

More than a third of Britons believe humans will inevitably have to live in space due to the Earth becoming increasingly uninhabitable. While the public...

Global youth protests urge climate action

A wave of climate change protests has swept the globe, with hundreds of thousands of young people sending a message to leaders heading for...

Mars could become habitable by creating islands from ultralight material

Mars could be made habitable by the creation of small islands that mimic the Earth’s greenhouse effect, according to new research. A two-centimetre thick shield...

Mars ice age ended about 370,000 years ago, scientists say

Mars is in the process of emerging from an ice age that ended less than 400,000 years ago, scientists believe. Satellite observations show evidence of...

93% of the Great Barrier Reef has been damaged by coral bleaching

Just 7% of the Great Barrier Reef has avoided coral bleaching caused by climate change, scientists have revealed. Extensive aerial and underwater studies found 93%...

World’s population set to reach 11.2 billion by end of century

The world’s population is expected to reach 8.5 billion by 2030 and 9.7 billion in 2050 before hitting 11.2 billion people by the end...

Presenting Earth’s newly discovered ‘older cousin’ Kepler-452b

Spinning around a sun-like star 1,400 light years away is a planet scientists believe is not too distinct from ours. Its parent star is...

Earth temperatures soar to new records

Earth dialled up the heat last month, smashing temperature records for June and the first half of the year. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration...

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