Tiny, levitating "nanocardboard" flyers could one day explore the dusty red surface of Mars.
Mars, the Red Planet, is the fourth planet from the sun.
The United Arab Emirates sent its first astronaut to space for a week last fall; the country's next astronaut mission will last longer but remain much closer to home.
Imagine trying to control a Mars rover from your living room — that's what the team behind NASA's Curiosity rover is doing right now.
If all goes smoothly this summer, three new spacecraft will launch toward Mars, including the Arab world's first interplanetary mission, dubbed Hope.
NASA and the European Space Agency plan to haul pristine Mars samples to Earth in the near future. Should we worry about a possible 'Andromeda Strain' scenario?
If you've caught a splendid look at Mars, Jupiter and Saturn in the past few weeks, get ready for a major perspective shift.
There are already several robotic missions to the Red Planet, and sending humans there is an exciting future prospect.
The water buried deep within Mars likely came from at least two very different sources long ago, a new study suggests.
NASA's next mission to Mars will carry what is meant to become the first aircraft to fly on another planet, and that experimental helicopter just spun its blades on Earth for the last time.
When NASA's Perseverance Mars rover launches this summer, lots of folks here on Earth will be along for the ride.
Early risers this month have been treated to an unusual celestial "pas de trois," as the three brightest superior planets have been changing positions relative to each other in the dawn twilight.
As concerns surrounding the coronavirus pandemic continue to grow, the European Space Agency (ESA) is scaling back on-site personnel and hitting pause on several scientific missions.
If President Donald Trump's budget request becomes reality, NASA may need to shuffle some Red Planet missions, including developing a new Mars Ice Mapper.
NASA's Curiosity Mars rover just climbed its steepest Red Planet slope to date, after snapping a nice selfie that gives us a better appreciation of the achievement.
NASA is determined to get its life-hunting Mars rover off the ground this summer despite the coronavirus outbreak.
European and Russian space leaders have decided to postpone the launch of the ExoMars rover until 2022 due to issues with its parachutes and electronic equipment.
Despite the lack of official comment on the mission, China’s first expedition to Mars appears to be on track.