Mars the Red Planet: Latest News and Discoveries
Mars, The Red Planet, Fourth Planet From The Sun
See photos of the discovery and analysis of rock samples by NASA scientists using the Mars rover Curiosity.
The Red Planet was habitable long, long ago, scientists say.
NASA's Curiosity rover found oxygen, water, sulfate and other elements in a rock sample from Mars. [<a href=http://www.space.com/20187-ancient-mars-life-curiosity-faq.html>Full Story</a>]
Answers to a few basic questions about the Curiosity rover's latest discovery.
A look at the major steps forward in searching for life on Mars.
Missions to Mars have searched, but haven't found definite proof of life past or present.
A look at the nonprofit's plan to land four humans on Mars in 2023.
Mars One has contracted with Paragon Space Development Corp. to do a conceptual design study.
A new NASA challenge tasks students with protecting astronauts and hardware from deep-space radiation.
NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter used radar to find the underground Martian channels.
The solar outburst is complicating efforts to bring Curiosity back from a computer glitch.
The Comet known as 2013 A1 (Siding Spring) flies about 31,000 miles away from the surface of the Red Planet on October 19th, 2014.
Comet Siding Spring is expected to come within 30,000 miles of Mars in October next year.
The 1-ton robot is out of safe mode and may be back in action as early as this weekend.
The newfound comet C/2013 A1 (Siding Spring) has only a slim chance if hitting Mars.
Exploring the final frontier has always been a tough proposition.
Engineers are trying to get Curiosity operational again after switching the rover from its primary computer to a backup.
The Inspiration Mars Foundation is hoping to recruit a married couple for its 2018 manned Mars flyby mission.