NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity landed with the Perseverance rover on the Red Planet in Feb. 2021 as part of the agency's Mars 2020 mission.
Mars, the Red Planet, is the fourth planet from the sun.
China's first Mars rover Zhurong rolled onto the Red Planet's surface late Friday (May 21) to begin exploring its Utopia Planitia home.
NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter captured a dramatic image last month of Curiosity ascending Mont Mercou, a landform on the slopes of the Red Planet's 3.4-mile-high (5.5 kilometers) Mt. Sharp.
The Ingenuity team is preparing the little chopper for its sixth Red Planet flight, which is expected to take place in the next week.
New NASA administrator and long-time politician Bill Nelson addressed concerns about China and NASA's Artemis moon program at his first Congressional hearing as agency head Wednesday (May 19).
China has released the first photographs taken by its Zhurong rover, which touched down on Mars late on Friday (May 14) as part of the country's Tianwen-1 mission.
China's first-ever Mars rover will roll into action on the Red Planet this weekend, if all goes according to plan.
ABIBOO's founder discusses the logistics and challenges of building a large-scale, sustainable human settlement on the Red Planet.
NASA shared an amazing 3D video of its Mars helicopter Ingenuity's third successful flight on the Red Planet.
For the past five weeks, Perseverance has been focused primarily on supporting and documenting the flights of NASA's Ingenuity helicopter. But the rover has been doing some science work, too.
The high-tech EDEN ISS Martian greenhouse in Antarctica has produced an abundant harvest of vegetables, proving the technology might be on track for deployment on the moon in the next decade.
Evidence of what may be the youngest eruption seen yet on Mars suggests the Red Planet may still be volcanically active, raising the possibility it was recently habitable.
Ingenuity made its fifth Martian flight today (May 7), cruising to a new patch of ground on its first one-way trip on the Red Planet.
NASA's Perseverance rover captured the whirring of Ingenuity's fast-spinning rotors during the little chopper's fourth Red Planet flight, which took place on April 30.
Follow along with me, Space.com senior writer Chelsea Gohd, as I become an analog astronaut in a brand new documentary.
Ingenuity is scheduled to make its fifth Martian flight today (May 7), a jaunt that will be unlike anything the 4-lb. (1.8 kilograms) chopper has attempted so far.