Footage shows men hurling boxes of Snickers into a bomb crater, before dousing them in diesel and setting them on fire
Tomatoes, peas, rye, rocket, radish and cress have grown in soil from Mars
Exomars 2016 is the UK's first mission to the Red Planet since the failed Beagle 2 programme in 2003
As ISS astronauts return to a battery of tests, NASA is gathering data for even longer trips
Compromised Camembert, kamikaze lampshades, and now chunks of plastic in Mars bars – one man's scandal is another man's business opportunity, making 'crisis PR' a burgeoning sector. Emma Ledger speaks to those who hold it all together when thing fall – quite literally – apart
Customers are advised to contact Mars' customer care team
A full list of products affected was reportedly available at the German Mars website, which was not responding on Tuesday afternoon
Measures affects all Mars and Snickers products, Milky Way Minis and Miniatures as well as certain kinds of Celebrations
Curiosity's position near the dune will allow geologists to get the first-ever close looks at dunes on another planet
Technicians had failed to fix the leak by 20 December, and Nasa decided there wasn't time to solve the problem before the scheduled March 2016 launch date
Rock formations on the surface of Mars similar to those on Earth could have been formed by frozen carbon dioxide, not running water
Phobos, the largest of the two moons around the Red Planet, is getting gradually closer — and will one day slam into it
The London fog might be bad — but at least the country isn’t being eaten away by an acidic vapour that is spewing out of its volcanoes.
We might have complained about a lack of hoverboards and self-lacing shoes – but a picture sent by a robot exploring another planet seems more than enough to make up for that
Mission to Mars will be conducted in three stages, and require huge new discoveries, Nasa says
A crater on Mars had water in it that stayed there for up to 10,000 years — long enough that it could have supported life.