New Articles Waving and drowning: Nigel Farage’s local council success will not carry through to the next general election

Despite Nigel Farage's prediction that the UK Independence party will cause an “earthquake” in British politics at the European Parliament elections, Britons give Ukip as much chance of winning as finding life on Mars.

'What's the weirdest restaurant you've ever visited?'

Tombs: this weird restaurant in Ahmedabad, India is famous for its milk tea and the tombs between the tables. The owner, who claims to have opened the restaurant 40 years ago, says he does not know who is buried there.

Discovery of water vapour on dwarf planet Ceres could give clues to the origins of life on Earth

Scientists say it's too early to say whether Ceres could support microbial life, but a visit from the Dawn spacecraft in early 2015 should provide answers

An artist's impression of Rosetta releasing it's on board robot Philae which will land on the comet's surface

Will the Rosetta spacecraft wake up today after two-year sleep? It is due to make 24,600mph comet landing

The vessel is being woken, hopefully, by the 'most important alarm clock in the solar system'

An artist's impression of the Nasa Opportunity rover on the surface of Mars

Nasa says Mars mystery rock that ‘appeared’ from nowhere is ‘like nothing we’ve seen before’

Rock like a ‘jelly doughnut’ has left scientists ‘completely confused’

We mustn't forget what plebgate is really about

That PC Keith Wallis has admitted falsely claiming to have witnessed a row between the then-Tory chief whipAndrew Mitchell and police in Downing Street in 2012 does not help resolve what happened.

President Vladimir Putin, who has backed the £30bn Games, with the Russia ice hockey team in Sochi

Ashling O'Connor: IOC and Fifa may learn Olympics and World Cup are not too big to fail

International Olympic Committee and Fifa are about to embark on a prolonged period of instability, with their flagship events lined up in a frightening domino effect of uncertainty

Meet the British students hoping to score a one-way ticket to Mars

Whittled down from 200,000 applicants, meet three of the intrepid Brits hoping to take that giant leap for mankind

Graphic representation of what the Mars landing could look like.

Mars One mission: 1,000 chosen to take part in 'reality TV' selection to make one-way trip to red planet

The project hopes to establish human life on Mars by 2025, with the 'rigorous' selection process set to begin this year, but many hurdles remain in place

2013 - the year in review: Is there life on Mars? watch this space

As China eyes a manned mission to the Moon, Nasa’s Curiosity has found proof that there was once water – and thus potentially simple life – on the Red Planet

The six-wheeled Jader Rabbit rover is seent separating from the Chang'e-3 moon lander.

Gallery: China's Jade Rabbit rover sends back its first pictures from the Moon

The 600lb robot succesfully detached from the Chang'e-3 lander this weekend

Scientists say life could have been seeded between Earth and other terrestrial bodies in the Solar System

Asteroid which wiped out dinosaurs 'could have sent life to Mars'

US research shows there is a ‘better than 50/50’ chance that life was seeded between bodies in the Solar System

Artist's rendition of a settlement on Mars

Mars One: the dream of a reality-TV funded colony in space gets closer

The Mars One project will cost approximately £4bn; 40 applicants will be trained for 8 years before viewers vote for the final 4-person crew

1. Dome Fuji ridge East Antarctic Plateau –93.2C.

Scientists record new coldest temperature on Earth

Newly analysed data showed the temperature plunged to -93.2C (-135.8F) in August 2010

Science Minister David Willetts: Britain can help send astronaut to Mars within 30 years

An astronaut could be walking on Mars within the next 30 years, the minister for universities and science predicted yesterday, as he pledged Britain’s support for a new “collaborative space race”.

The News Matrix: Tuesday 10 December 2013

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