NASA’s Maven spacecraft entered orbit around Mars for an unprecedented study of the red planet’s atmosphere following a 442 million-mile journey that began nearly a year ago.
This Sunday may mark the end of summer, but it’s the start of a new Mars mission. A NASA spacecraft will lock into orbit on Sept. 21.
NASA is a step closer to launching astronauts from U.S. soil again. Space-X will ferry crew members to the International Space Station starting in 2017.
If it had lungs and Mars had oxygen, the little rover named “Opportunity” could blow out 10 birthday candles Saturday.
It’s an out of the world exhibit to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Mars rovers. The Smithsonian is putting together some of the most spectacular pictures from Spirit and Opportunity.
Cracking a Martian mystery. That’s what NASA hopes to achieve with a new spacecraft.
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NASA’s rover “Curiosity” landed on Mars one year ago this week. Its discoveries are already changing science books.
NASA’s announcement this week that there was once water capable of supporting life on Mars was big news. But smaller scale research is underway in Baltimore that could now point the way to life on Mars.
Conditions favorable to life. That was the data beamed back to earth from Mars. It was a historic find buried in the Martian past.
An amazing discovery on Mars by the rover Curiosity. NASA scientists in Maryland say soil samples have uncovered traces of an essential building block for life! So does it mean we could someday live on Mars?
NASA is receiving lots of new pictures from the Curiosity rover on Mars. The images show the horizon and the rover’s shadow on the ground. Curiosity is on a mission to see if life ever existed on the red planet.