Mars the Red Planet: Latest News and Discoveries
Mars, The Red Planet, Fourth Planet From The Sun
The president's annual address rarely mentions NASA, spaceflight or exploration.
NASA's budget is greater than those of all other national space agencies combined, NASA deputy chief Lori Garver said.
The Iranian-American Bobak Ferdowsi will help highlight President Barack Obama's call for more visas for skilled immigrants in the fields of math, science and engineering.
Find out when and where to look for the pink-looking planet.
The closest planet to the Sun (looking pinkish because of the hues of the setting Sun) and the Red Planet will be visible for all to see in February 2013. Find out when and where to look.
New research shows how Antarctica's bizarre Don Juan Pond stays fluid.
The Mars rover Curiosity drilled into the rock "John Klein' to collect the Martian sample.
Curiosity drilled about 0.8 inches (2 centimeters) into a Martian rock called John Klein.
No asteroid target has yet been selected, making planning difficult.
The robot pounded the rock with its arm-mounted drill but has apparently not spun the drill bit yet.
The proposed rover must collect rock samples for return to Earth, scientists said.
Skywatcher Ajay Talwar captures dazzling photo of Mars, Saturn and Spica over historic landmark in Delhi, India.
The robot has been sizing up a target rock and flexing its robotic arm.
The Dutch nonprofit Mars One aims to land four colonists on the Red Planet in 2023. Do you want to be one of them?
Mars One will use the money to fund conceptual design studies and its astronaut selection process.
The European Space Agency will send its Mars Express spacecraft within 36 miles of the tiny moon.
The discovery reinforces the dynamic nature of the Martian surface.
In Mars' polar regions, carbon dioxide freezes up to 2 feet thick. As the Sun begins to thaw the ice it turns into a gas. The gas release carries dark sand and dust, moving them down the steep sides of the dunes.