NASA’s Perseverance rover successfully touched down on Mars Feb. 18, and has already begun beaming back images.
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As I write this, NASA's Perseverance Rover is hurtling toward Mars at a speed of more than 80,000 km/h and is set to land at the Red Planet on February 18.
This month has been a busy one for Mars exploration. Several countries sent missions to the red planet in June last year, taking advantage of a launch window.
NASA's next Mars rover, Perseverance, will have a squad of spacecraft watching its dangerous descent from above Thursday (Feb. 18).
Tucked in the belly of NASA's Mars Perseverance rover is a golden box that, if all goes well, will turn some of the Red Planet's thin, carbon-dioxide-rich atmosphere into sweet, sweet oxygen.
Cloud computing and artificial intelligence are about to meet in a new space station device: the Spaceborne Computer-2.
NASA's flagship Mars rover Perseverance is one week away from landing on the Red Planet and a new video shows how it works.
Elon Musk is funding a new Carbon Removal X Prize to the tune of $100 million — the richest incentive prize in history.
It's now possible to send uncrackable quantum messages through thin air, and the people who figured out how to do it are getting ready to send the messages into space.
Amazon's founder and CEO Jeff Bezos announced Tuesday (Feb. 2) that he is stepping down this year to focus on other initiatives, including his spaceflight company Blue Origin.
No-one has visited the Moon since 1972. But with the advent of commercial human spaceflight, the urge to return is resurgent and generating a new space race.
Dawn Aerospace has received approval to fly a suborbital space plane from a conventional airport in New Zealand.
A new space policy highlights the fundamental role of Global Positioning Systems (GPS) in securing the United States' safety and economic growth.
Vaonis, a French startup that raised eyebrows in 2018 with its sci-fi robot-looking Stellina smart telescope, has revealed its latest newbie-friendly astrophotography invention.
A new "transforming" rover in development at NASA will be able to explore rough terrain unlike any rover before it.