Mars the Red Planet: Latest News and Discoveries
Mars, The Red Planet, Fourth Planet From The Sun
A proposed $2.6 billion asteroid-retrieval mission could help jump-start manned exploration of deep space, proponents say.
A Martian meteorite that landed in Morocco in 2011 is revealing the Red Planet's secrets
NASA's Spirit rover landed nine years ago today, and its twin Opportunity followed three weeks later.
A brief rundown of the intrepid spacecraft currently sending data home from beyond Earth orbit.
Earth has been sending probes to Mars for decades, but some missions stand above the rest.
Experts weigh in on NASA's direction and its ultimate goals of sending astronauts into deep space.
The latest self-portrait of Curiosity on Mars is an eye-popping Martian sight.
The Curiosity rover searched a shallow depression known as “Yellowknife Bay” to find a new rock to chemically analyze
Being developed for missions in 2015 and beyond, the Z-1 could be used for exploring the moon and Mars.
Radiation risk currently limits space journeys to about one year, experts say.
Adam Steltzner led the team that landed Curiosity on Mars this past August.
Researchers are developing a mission that would assess the habitability of the icy satellite.
The six-wheeled robot is depicted in MAD's venerable fold-in feature.
Engineers installed a potential fix shortly before the rover launched last November.
A European spacecraft orbiting Mars has snapped wintry-looking pictures of a mountain range on the Red Planet's southern highlands.
The findings should shed light on the evolution of the moon and the solar system's rocky planets.
Some scientists want the 2020 rover mission to collect pieces of Mars for eventual return to Earth.
NASA will keep running Curiosity and its other Mars assets as long as they're scientifically viable.