Mon, 11 Feb 2013 6:33p.m.
In a Mars first, the Curiosity rover drilled into a rock and prepared to dump an aspirin-sized pinch of powder into its onboard laboratories.
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Police in eastern China have detained a farmer for making up and spreading a story about killing an extra-terrestrial.
A Chinese spacecraft blasted off to begin the country's fifth and longest manned space mission, taking three astronauts to an orbiting space lab.
A smaller moon asteroid is circling the larger space rock, an unusual but not unheard of space phenomenon.
A former military helicopter pilot will become the first official British astronaut to go into space.
Nanotechnology expert Michelle Dickinson appeared on Firstline this morning to discuss the week's top science news.
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