To celebrate the 45th anniversary of NASA's first manned moon landing, we look back at the most iconic moments of the Apollo 11 mission.
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We highlight the pick of the Wellcome Image Awards 2014, which recognise the most informative, striking and technically brilliant medical-themed images from around the world.
Browse some of the mesmerizing images captured by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope during its 10 years in space.
A year after its arrival on the surface of Mars, we look at some of the stunning photos taken by NASA's Curiosity rover.
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Here, we provide a sneak peek of some of the incredible images inside the magazine...
A German biologist claims to have discovered the origins of fairy circles, circular patches of barren land that freckle the desert of southern Africa. Browse our image gallery to find out the culprit...
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A Medieval burial site discovered by archaeologists in Central London could provide new information about the spread of the Black Death during the 14th century.
Katrina van Grouw's illustrated book on bird anatomy, The Unfeathered Bird, shows that there's a lot more to a bird than just feathers.
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