NASA will unveil video of the Perseverance rover as it landed on Mars as seen from the rover itself today (Feb. 22) and you can watch it live here.
Mars, the Red Planet, is the fourth planet from the sun.
The first helicopter ever sent to another world is doing just fine on Mars after surviving a "seven minutes of terror" landing aboard NASA's Perseverance.
If you've been following the dramatic success of yesterday's Mars touchdown, you may have Googled "Perseverance rover" today (Feb. 19) and seen your page lighting up with fireworks.
NASA just released an image showing its Perseverance Mars rover dangling about 6.5 feet (2 meters) above the red dirt during its picture-perfect touchdown inside Jezero Crater yesterday (Feb. 18).
Great photos are just around the corner, but it'll likely be a few months before Perseverance really starts sinking its teeth into its science work.
After a year of seemingly endless obstacles and challenges imposed by the coronavirus pandemic, something good finally happened: NASA landed the Perseverance rover on Mars.
President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are hailing NASA for the Perseverance rover's Mars landing success.
Just minutes after NASA's Perseverance Mars rover nailed its touchdown on the Red Planet, the spacecraft sent back the first two images of its new home in Jezero Crater.
The car-sized Perseverance, the most advanced robot ever sent to the Red Planet, aced its "seven minutes of terror" touchdown this afternoon (Feb. 18).
New York City's most famous building turned red overnight to celebrate NASA's Perseverance rover landing Thursday (Feb. 18).
As I write this, NASA's Perseverance Rover is hurtling toward Mars at a speed of more than 80,000 km/h and is set to land at the Red Planet on February 18.
This month has been a busy one for Mars exploration. Several countries sent missions to the red planet in June last year, taking advantage of a launch window.
It's "Mars madness" day for space fans NASA's Perseverance rover mission targets an epic landing today (Feb. 18). A NASA documentary takes a close look at the mission.
The Perseverance team will return to a time-honored tradition at NASA these past few decades — the tradition of living on "Mars time."
NASA's Mars Perseverance mission is days away from landing on Jezero Crater, a place thought to once have been an ancient lake.
With hundreds of worlds in the solar system to explore, it's fair to ask as NASA's Perseverance rover makes its final approach for landing Thursday (Feb. 18): Why do we keep going back to Mars?
Mars may not be ready to escape the spotlight just yet, even after receiving its third Earthly mission this month.
Here's a look at Mars' Jezero Crater, the gorgeous basin where the Perseverance rover is expected to touch down and look for signs of ancient microbial life.