Proposed cuts to employment and support allowance (ESA) – twice pushed back by the House of Lords – will see sick and disabled people lose £1,500 a year if they come into effect in April.
Look away now if the thought of lonely spacecraft smashing into Mars upsets you.
The European Space Agency is putting a spacecraft in orbit around Mars and landing a module on the planet's surface.
In 12 years, it's travelled billions of miles and flown past two planets, two asteroids, and a comet. What have you been up to?
It's still dead though. Sorry.
No more zero-gravity bacon sandwiches or orbital cups of tea.
The animal could soon be listed as an endangered species threatened by climate change, ushering in a dramatic new chapter in a long-running battle in the West.
It's kind of like the scene at the end of Wall-E, except that Philae probably won't be revived and help build a new world.
Bacon sandwich and tea out of the way first.
Britain finally has an astronaut of its own.
Sorry — Pluto is not going to be on this quiz.
Spoiler: It's not easy.
Fine, but don't say I didn't warn you.
It's full of stars. Happy birthday Hubble!
"Vaginal wetness could be an issue."
NASA banned alcohol, but that didn't stop the Russians.
Andrew Huang's remix of "Across the Universe" uses the sounds of the "Singing Comet" as recorded by the European Space Agency's Rosetta space probe.
And now a journalist who tweeted about it is being told to "jump off a cliff." Because of course.
It's probably a good thing the comet we landed on won't be paying a visit to Earth.
Sometimes all you need is a kitty.
The NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope has captured a "never before seen" break-up of an asteroid which has separated into as many as ten smaller pieces, according to NASA.
Finding a new Earth is hard. These contenders were so close, but sadly humans cannot live on molten lava or plasma water...yet.
Major Timothy Peake is the first British citizen to be selected by the European Space Agency. He'll be blasting off for the International Space Station in 2015.
The Red Planet is giving up her secrets at an alarming rate. Scientists at the European Space Agency recently showed off the latest evidence that Mars was once very Earthlike.
Satellite cameras offer remarkable views of the enormous, slow-moving storm.