Mars, the Red Planet, is the fourth planet from the sun.
The maker of the Moonwatch is ready to keep time on Mars. Omega has announced the Speedmaster X-33 Marstimer, a new timepiece that can keep track of time and time zones on Earth and the Red Planet.
James Webb Space telescope sees Neptune, amazing Soyuz launch views from space and more! These are some of this week's top photos.
China's Tianwen 1 Mars mission has been awarded one of the spaceflight world's most prestigious awards.
Scientists expected that the lander would run out of power by the end of the summer, but InSight is still eking out science data and may for several months to come — potentially even into January.
Ingenuity traveled about 308 feet (94 meters) on Sunday (Sept. 18), staying aloft for more than 55 seconds and reaching a maximum speed of 10.6 mph (17.1 kph).
What's shaking on Mars? Thanks to the InSight lander scientists now know part of the answer is space rock impacts. The lander's seismometer has 'heard' at least four strikes.
Evidence collected by the Tianwen 1 orbiter and Zhurong rover supports the possible existence of an ancient ocean in the Utopia Planitia region of Mars.
The James Webb Space Telescope excels at capturing images of distant cosmic objects, but the telescope's new Mars images demonstrate it can have an impact much closer to home.
A high-definition Martian camera spotted icy ridges on the Red Planet interlaced with channels, which may show ancient proof of water or lava.
Mars, the only planet whose surface we can see in any detail from the Earth, is now moving toward the best viewing position it will provide us until the year 2031.
A "new era" in Martian water searches awaits, a new study suggests, with hundreds of ancient lakes likely still lying undetected on the Red Planet.
Mars and the moon will make a close approach to each other in the sky tonight (Sept. 16), and here's what you can expect to see.
NASA's Perseverance Mars rover has collected four samples from an ancient Red Planet river delta in the past few months, and all point toward a formerly habitable environment.
Like polar expeditions of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and future human missions to the moon or Mars, we are working in close quarters at the Haughton-Mars Project.
NASA plans a briefing Thursday (Sept. 15) to discuss the Perseverance Mars rover's findings so far. You can watch the briefing live at 11:30 a.m. EDT (1330 GMT).