This week, the community was left in awe at all the images and sounds coming to us from NASA's Perseverance rover.
Mars, the Red Planet, is the fourth planet from the sun.
A camera on the ExoMars orbiter recently captured a photo showing a very, very tiny Perseverance on Mars.
From fist bumps at JPL to Mars donuts at Krispy Kreme and Red Planet billboards in New York City, people went all out for the Perseverance rover's landing.
NASA’s Perseverance rover successfully touched down on Mars Feb. 18, and has already begun beaming back images.
NASA's Perseverance rover has landed in a rich scientific hunting ground, if its first good look around is any guide.
NASA's Perseverance rover has brought the "family portrait" bumper sticker fad to a whole new world.
In anticipation of China's first Mars landing attempt, scientists are wondering whether the Tianwen-1 rover may carry Earthly contamination with it to the surface.
China's Tianwen-1 spacecraft has trimmed its orbit around Mars to allow the spacecraft to analyze the chosen landing region on the Red Planet.
The Perseverance Mars rover's "sky crane" descent stage made the ultimate sacrifice last week, and we now have a photo to memorialize the flying robot's heroic death.
Perseverance has captured a high-definition, 360-degree panorama of its surroundings on the floor of Mars' Jezero Crater, which harbored a lake and a river delta billions of years ago.
NASA's most powerful rover yet is regularly sending back images from the Red Planet, and you can stay updated on the Perseverance mission's latest snapshots.
I wrote a song using the first audio ever recorded on the surface of Mars, captured by NASA's Perseverance rover.
NASA hid a secret message on the parachute that landed its Perseverance rover down on the surface of Mars last week.
The recording, which features mechanical whirring from the Perseverance rover and the rustle of a Mars breeze, is the first true audio ever captured on the surface of Mars.
NASA's Perseverance rover, which landed on the surface of Mars last Thursday (Feb. 18), just beamed down its first panoramic image of the Martian surface, the agency reported today (Feb. 22).