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 Red Planet, is the fourth planet from the sun.
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).
Pearl Jam rocks cosmic "Gigaton" songs in SiriusXM's Small Stage Series performance at the Apollo Theater
Robots working together will assist astronauts on rocky worlds like the moon and Mars, if Earth tests like this show it's possible.
NASA's Ingenuity helicopter just flew for the 31st time on Mars, acing a short hop that took it closer to an ancient Red Planet river delta.
The search for signs of life, past or present, on Mars may have hit a stumbling blocks as new results show how the rovers will be unable to detect biomarkers on the surface.
Devon Island is one of the most radio-quiet places in the northern hemisphere, a perfect place for the Haughton-Mars Project to conduct the EDGES experiment.
Mars appears closest to the bright star Aldebaran of the Taurus constellation Tuesday (Sept. 6). The pair will be visible high in the south before sunrise.
While there are no signs of humankind here, we have plenty of other neighbors surrounding our simulated Martian home base at the Haughton-Mars Project on Devon Island in the Arctic.
The Mars Express spacecraft captured new images of the Holden Basin on Mars, a key area in the search for ancient life on the Red Planet.