The United Arab Emirates' (UAE) Hope Mars mission made its first major finding just a couple months after arriving at the Red Planet when it snagged unprecedented observations of a tricky aurora.
Mars, the Red Planet, is the fourth planet from the sun.
China's Zhurong rover landed safely on Mars on May 15, making China only the third country to successfully land a rover on the red planet.
Scientists now seem to understand why the gas has been detected at ground level on Mars but not higher up in the air.
Mars is known for its thin atmosphere, where CO2 dominates and provides most of the atmospheric mass and pressure.
NASA's Ingenuity helicopter, which landed on Mars with the agency's Perseverance rover in February, has now completed eight Red Planet flights — and it's far from done.
Martian dust accumulating on the panels of the InSight lander could force the Red Planet mission to end its work within the next 10 months, NASA warned during a recent update.
Much more liquid water may lie beneath Mars' south pole than scientists had thought — or there may be something going on down there that they don't fully understand.
China's first Mars rover has captured its first sounds of the Red Planet and beamed back stunning views of a drive on the dusty world.
China's first-ever Mars rover was on the move earlier this month, imagery by a NASA spacecraft shows.
NASA's experimental Mars helicopter has now flown eight times on the Red Planet, traveling farther than scientists hoped would be possible.
China is looking at the ways of getting astronauts to Mars and back safely and potentially establishing a long-term presence on the Red Planet.
Rocket Lab has been awarded a contract to design the twin spacecraft for NASA's potential ESCAPADE Mars mission.
China's Mars rover Zhurong used a tiny camera to snap a self portrait of itself with its lander on the Red Planet.
The HiRISE camera aboard NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter snapped a shot of China's first-ever Red Planet rover, called Zhurong, on June 6, about three weeks after the wheeled robot touched down.
NASA's Perseverance Mars rover has kicked off its highly anticipated science campaign with a Red Planet road trip.
Ingenuity took to the Martian skies again on Tuesday (June 6), making its first sortie since battling through an in-flight anomaly on May 22.
Ingenuity's handlers are prepping the little chopper for its seventh Martian flight, which will take place no earlier than Sunday (June 6).
NASA's Perseverance rover and Ingenuity helicopter have now called the Red Planet home for 100 Martian days.
It might look like a postcard from Arizona, but this snapshot shows something much more exotic: the planet Mars, as seen by NASA's Curiosity rover.
NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity encountered some trouble on its latest Red Planet flight, but the little chopper soldiered through.