Mars the Red Planet: Latest News and Discoveries
Mars, The Red Planet, Fourth Planet From The Sun
The photos show Mars at night in visible and ultraviolet light.
The nuclear-powered mobile science laboratory Curiosity will roll across the surface of Mars for years, searching for the conditions that may have once made Mars an abode of life.
Distances driven by wheeled vehicles on the Moon and Mars.
Opportunity's surface mission was originally supposed to last three months.
The Top 10 results from NASA's long-lived Red Planet explorers.
Mars One's leader discusses how a global reality-TV event can fund a Red Planet colonization effort.
"The Changing Face of Mars" will premiere tonight at Caltech in Pasadena.
McLaughlin Crater on Mars is 57 miles wide and deep enough that groundwater may have filled it in the distant past.
The robotic "hedgehogs" could ride the Phobos Surveyor spacecraft to Mars in a few decades.
NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter took the crisp photo.
There are good scientific and ethical reasons to protect parts of Mars and other celestial bodies, advocates say.
The rover should start drilling within two weeks or so, scientists say.
Scientists have discovered strange magnetic ropes hundreds of miles long above the poles of Venus.
Comet ISON could put on an amazing show when it passes close to the sun late this year.
Mars One has released its basic astronaut requirements.
The record-setting Mars500 mission locked six men in a mock spaceship for 520 days.
The rover's Dust Removal Tool clears away the ubiquitous Red Planet dust.