NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has collected data and evidence that reveals an ancient streambed on Mars. The findings could hint at the possibility of life on the Red Planet in the past.
In the main belt between Mars and Jupiter, families of asteroids spin through space. Now, researchers have used NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer (WISE) to make some new finds about these objects.
NASA Mars rover Curiosity has been trekking across the Red Planet since August. Now, you can see almost the entirety of the rover's mission in just over a minute on a time-lapse video.
The U.S. House Subcommittee on Space held one of their hearings today on the topic of possible options for the next steps in human space flight and how these options move the U.S. closer to a human mission to Mars and beyond.
NASA is onboard for creating a 3D printer--for food. What sort of food will it print, you ask? Apparently the first item on the menu is pizza.
NASA's Mars rover Curiosity, the vehicle that's trekking across the Red Planet in hopes of making novel discoveries, has officially drilled into its second rock. The sample, once analyzed by the rover's onboard laboratory, could reveal new insight into the origins of Mars.
A rover has been making its way across the surface of Mars for nine years, steadily recording data during its lone trek. Now, Mars Exploration Rover (MER) Opportunity has broken a record. It's travelled the farthest of any extraterrestrial vehicle.
Mars is making less of an impact--at least as far as its craters are concerned. Scientists have discovered that space rocks are smashing into the Red Planet far less frequently than once thought.
Could we really farm on Mars? NASA is looking into the possibility of growing plants on the Red Planet in order to create a self-sustaining Mars colony.
NASA's Mars rover Curiosity has a new site to drill--the Cumberland rock. Now, the rover will set course for the location in the coming day.
Ever wanted to take a trip to Mars? Now, you can--as long as you don't mind the fact that it's a one-way ticket and you'd never see Earth again.
Weather forecasts may soon come to Mars, at least for the snowstorms that occasionally whip over the northern hemisphere of our neighbor planet during the icy cold winters and could be predicted several weeks in advance, say researchers from the Tohoku University in Sendai, Japan, and the Max Planck...