Latest News About Mars Rovers Opportunity and Spirit
Mars Rovers Spirit and Opportunity are 6-wheeled, remotely operated explorers on the planet Mars. Learn more about Mars exploration and how the Spirit and Opportunity rovers are doing.
The global dust on Mars storm wanes, but fallout coats the robotic rovers' solar panels.
A Mars dust storm has settled slightly allowing NASA rovers to power up.
It's still a day-to-day battle for survival, scientists say.
Martian meteorites provide new evidence that Mars was once a wet world.
The rovers have lasted longer, and done more, than anyone expected.
The rovers' batteries are fully charged and light levels have increased.
Martian storms engulf entire globe with 'planet-encircling veil of dust.'
Preparations are on track for an Aug. 3 launch of NASA's Phoenix lander.
Scientists downplay concerns that dust storms will affect NASA's next Mars mission.
Major Martian dust storm threatens future of rover missions.
A large storm is growing larger, and dust is partially blocking the sun
Opportunity's descent into Victoria Crater will be one of its riskiest missions yet.
Any day now one of my dearest friends â€“ perhaps even two of them â€“ will die, leaving a huge hole in my world.
Mars rovers Spirit and Opportunity continue to wheel about diverse locales.
A NASA rover unearthed more evidence that Mars had more water than thought.
Scientists knew Mars was volcanically active in the past. Now they have up-close evidence.
Mars is a very windy place—so windy, in fact, that bright, oxidized martian soil is being scoured away by martian winds and dust devils to reveal darker, sub-surface soil with the end result of making the whole planet warmer.