Two gorgeous new photo mosaics show NASA's Perseverance Mars rover and Ingenuity helicopter as you've never seen them before.
NASA's Mars rover Perseverance is scheduled to touch down on the Red Planet on Feb. 18, 2021. The new rover will search for signs of habitable environments on Mars and evidence of past microbial life. It will also cache samples of the Red Planet to return to Earth for a future Mars sample-return mission. See the latest news about NASA's Perseverance Mars rover here!
NASA's Perseverance rover snapped a photo on Sunday (April 4) that appeared to show a rainbow arcing across the dusty Martian sky. But it's just a lens flare.
The 4-lb. (1.8 kilograms) chopper captured its first color photograph on Saturday (April 3), shortly after being lowered to the Martian dirt by the Perseverance rover.
NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity touched down Saturday (April 4) after being dropped by the Perseverance rover.
Perseverance's laser hasn't yet penetrated the mystery of a strange Martian rock near the rover's new digs.
NASA's Mars helicopter Ingenuity will have to wait a few more days to make its historic first flight on the Red Planet.
The Mars helicopter Ingenuity is preparing for a historic take-off as NASA attempts the first powered, guided flight on another world.
Perseverance is getting ready to deploy a helicopter on Mars as it takes a look back at its litter on the Red Planet.
A small swatch of fabric is set to take flight on a first-of-its-kind aircraft more than a century, and a world away, from where it first made history. The strip of muslin,
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NASA's Mars Helicopter Ingenuity, which is poised to make its first flight in early April, bears a tiny swatch of fabric from one wing of the Wright brothers' history-making plane Flyer 1.
NASA is expected to unveil new details about the debut flight of its Mars Ingenuity helicopter during a media briefing today (March 23).
Over the weekend, NASA's Perseverance rover dropped the debris shield that protected the Mars helicopter Ingenuity during the mission's epic Feb. 18 touchdown.
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The teams behind NASA's Perseverance rover and Ingenuity helicopter have chosen an airfield on the Red Planet for the little chopper and are gearing up for flights in the near future.
Perseverance captured audio during a drive on March 7, an unprecedented recording that reveals the many creaks and rattles made by the six-wheeled robot as it rolls over Mars' famous red dirt.
NASA's newest Mars rover nabbed a significant extraterrestrial sighting when an onboard camera happened to spot a Red Planet dust devil crossing Jezero Crater.
For the past month, the mission team has been checking out Perseverance's seven science instruments and its various subsystems. The rover has jumped through every hoop on cue.