Isotopic evidence points to carbonaceous chondrite asteroids bringing enough water to Mars that it could have formed a global ocean some 1,000 feet deep.
Mars, the Red Planet, is the fourth planet from the sun.
Continuing its mission to search for signs of ancient life on Mars, NASA's Perseverance rover has reached Jezero Crater's Yori Pass.
A new study has revealed that the weird parallel grooves on the surface of Mars' largest moon Phobos could be a sign that the Red Planet's gravity is ripping the satellite apart.
NASA's Artemis 1 moon launch and LOFTID heat shield test successfully demonstrated hardware that could be key to landing astronauts on Mars.
Despite having radically different atmospheres, Mars and Earth seem to have similar cloud patterns, hinting that the features may form in much the same way.
NASA's MAVEN mission spotted two different types of auroras glowing in ultraviolet light as charged particles riding the solar storm streamed into the Martian atmosphere.
The Wolf Moon enchants people across the world, a comet visits Earth for the first time since the Stone Age and a Snoopy toy exits the NASA Artemis 1 Orion spacecraft. These are some of this week's top photos.
The moon will visit the red planet Mars on Friday (Nov. 11), when the two objects make a close approach in the evening sky.
LOFTID soared into space and back again Thursday (Nov. 10), safely splashing down in the Pacific Ocean on a crucial test of aeroshell technology for eventual human Mars missions.
In this exclusive clip from the new Apple TV+ anthology series "Circuit Breakers," a girl and her family face an oncoming storm at their home on Mars.
New research indicates that certain areas of the Martian crust have a higher silica content than expected, upending the long-held theory that the crust is uniformly basaltic.
NASA's marsquake-hunting InSight mission is almost at an end, as dust is choking off the Red Planet lander's solar power supply.
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New evidence of an ancient ocean on Mars suggests excellent past conditions for the existence of life.
Europe's Mars Express spacecraft has peered deep into the subsurface of the Martian moon Phobos, finding unknown structures that could reveal the moon's origin.
Technology that could help humanity land heavy hardware on Mars will get an in-space test early next week.