My liveblogging of the landing of the Mars Curiosity Rover on August 5, 2012, while watching live footage from NASA/JPL. (And background info so you understand why it matters and why it's cool!)
Selected international countries are partnering with the US in projects for Mars, but several other little known related items of interest are also strange but true.
What's it like to stand on the surface of Mars? These photos and videos from the latest generation of Martian rovers give us a robot's eye view of an alien landscape.
Plans for a manned Mars mission are getting serious, several decades after we sent humans to the moon. What has taken so long? Can it even be done?
NASA's Mars rover named Curiosity continues to roam the planet and gather valuable scientific information about the red planet.
This article provides a dramatization of a future manned flight to Mars. The story stresses that if humankind wants to land on the planet within years, then it must use a small, fast and relatively cheap spaceship to do...
There is a monolith on the Mars moon known as Phobos. Is it a natural phenomenon, or did somebody put it there? Is Phobos really a moon, or an alien space station in disguise? Could Phobos be a base from which other...
NASA's Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN (MAVEN) spacecraft will explore the Red Planet’s upper atmosphere, ionosphere and interactions with the sun and solar wind.
The Ohio Space Corridor is a strategic element in the NASA-SpaceX partnerships and others that are propelling the US to the Moon and Mars before mid-century.
Mars is the most explored planet in our Solar System for obvious reasons . More than 30 probes were sent between the Soviet and USA to Mars and only 8 landed successfully on the surface.
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