NASA's Curiosity rover is revealing a great deal about Mars, from long-ago processes in its interior to the current interaction between the Martian surface
NASA's Mars rover Curiosity now has a view of a patch of exposed bedrock scientists selected for a few days of close-up study
NASA's Mars rover Opportunity is studying the area of contact between a rock layer formed in acidic wet conditions long ago and an even older one
An image from NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter released today shows NASA's Curiosity Mars rover and the wheel tracks from its landing site
Defying 30 mph gusts and temperatures down to minus 22 F, NASA’s new polar rover recently demonstrated in Greenland that it could operate
Mars rover, Opportunity, is driving to a new study area after a dramatic finish to 20 months on "Cape York" with examination of a rock intensely altered by water.
The planet Mars lost most of its original atmosphere long ago when huge amounts of gas escaped into space
The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), recently toured the White House and met with multiple officials.
Curiosity may be sitting idle during the solar conjunction (more on that below), but there’s fresh Mars-focused news.
An analysis of a rock sample collected by NASA's Curiosity rover shows ancient Mars could have supported living microbes.
The space agency will hold a press conference to reveal the results of the analysis of the grey-green dust it drilled from a rock on 8 February.
A photo taken on January 2 reveals NASA’s Curiosity rover’s trekking accross the Red Planet.
Curiosity is living up to its name. The NASA rover currently wheeling itself around Mars has apparently sent back some very interesting data from the Red Planet
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