It was one of the most audacious space missions ever. In 2014, 30 years of painstaking work almost failed millions of miles from Earth as the Rosetta probe bounced down on to the surface of a comet. Six months on, BBC Future brings to life the drama, the disappointments and the jubilation of this epic quest. Take a voyage through this visually enthralling tale of Rosetta’s mission here: http://bit.ly/rosettamission
Staring down at bright orange clay deposits that drastically contrasted the green that surrounded us. Feeling like we were falling without actually falling. Little moments like these are what keeps life vibrant
the ghost town of New Idria, California. Once the second largest mercury-producing mine in North America, its runoff remains the source of pollution for each waterway it touches on its way to the San Francisco Bay.