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Europe's heavy-lift rocket, the Ariane 5, has completed its sixth and final mission of 2010, putting two satellites high above the Earth.

The US has designated a "critical habitat" for polar bears living on Alaska's disappearing sea ice.

The Large Hadron Collider has successfully created a "mini-Big Bang" by smashing together lead ions instead of protons.

Rescue workers try to push a humpback whale that had became stranded back out to sea at Geriba beach in Buzios, 192 kilometers (119 miles) from Rio de Janeiro, October 26, 2010. The whales migrate north from Antarctica to mate from July to November off the coast of Brazil.

There are oases of water-rich soil that could sustain astronauts on the Moon, according to Nasa.

Mainly due to climate change, large swaths of Earth have been drying up, posing a threat to the ecosystem, a new study available here on Tuesday finds.

UN climate talks in China have ended without a major breakthrough and with angry words about the US from Beijing.

Virgin Galactic's suborbital spaceship, Enterprise, has made its first solo test flight, in California.

This photo released by Conservation International on Oct. 6, 2010 shows a white-tailed mouse. Scientists Wednesday unveiled a spectacular array of more than 200 new species discovered in the Pacific islands of Papua New Guinea.

The UK's new space agency is aiming high in its first year, calling for interest in partners to develop a plane that can launch into space from a runway.

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