If you've been wondering about what's been going on with the mission to Mars, we have the answer for you. We've gotten a look at the latest developments of what's been going on when it comes to the latest efforts to travel to the Red Planet.
NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has taken a self-portrait that reveals a sweeping, dark dune in addition to its car-sized frame. The new selfie combines 57 images taken by the Mars Hand Lens Imager (MAHLI) camera at the end of Curiosity's arm.
Scientists have gathered tiny fungi that take shelter in Antarctic rocks and have found that after sending them to the International Space Station, they were able to survive in conditions similar to those on Mars.
A new study found if some planets were habitable, life would become extinct right after its origin due to extreme heating or cooling.
Better look out for five bright planets - Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn - which will be visible in the sky during January and February. These planets were last seen together ten years ago.
A location on our planet Earth may tell researchers a bit more about Mars-and the life that may be there
If you get a chance, look to the sky. Five bright planets will be visible to the naked eye at the same time for the first time since 2005.
The Mars rover Curiosity made discoveries after it's conducted its first ever up-close study of extraterrestrial sand dunes
Space and astronomy had some of the most interesting discoveries in 2015. Here are some of interesting astronomical discoveries and observations during 2015.
Researchers have captured the image of a Martian landslide along with its massive boulders
NASA has delayed the launch of its new InSight mission to Mars. But what does that mean for the mission, and why did it occur? The decision follows unsuccessful attempts to repair a leak in a section of the prime instrument in the science payload.