According to Space News, an unexplained saturation of its inertial measurement unit (IMU) forced a premature release of its parachute.
There's a rumor saying that NASA's Mars rover landing could have been faked by filming in a remote area in Canada. The interesting thing is that even conspiracy theorists and alien hunters are divided on the issue.
A new study from the University Oregon reveals that soil on Earth is older than scientists previously thought. In fact, it existed long before trees or lichens evolved on the planet, and is even similar to the soil that NASA's Curiosity rover found on Mars.
The findings weaken the conclusions of a 2015 study which suggested that salty liquid water potentially flowed intermittently on present-day Mars.
Since 2003, the spacecraft has never been found again, until in 2015 when it was announced that Nasa's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) spotted and photographed the "ill-fated spacecraft."
An "alien face" on Mars has been discovered by alien expert Scott Waring. The shocking finding was revealed after some eagle-eyed spectators claim to have seen a body of a dead woman on the Red Planet. According to Waring, the faces he came across with are spotted on photos taken by NASA's Curiosity Rover.
NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover spotted another meteorite on the surface of the red planet.
The longest-active rover on Mars will explore Martian gullies that no rover has visited before.
NASA's new blue-collar Mars rover is capable of digging and collecting soil from Mars where fuel and propellant components may be found.
NASA’s next rover mission to planet Mars might be slated for 2020, but that hasn’t stopped the space agency from choosing an appropriate landing site. Surprisingly, rather than getting suggestions from one of their many scientists, NASA is getting suggestions from a teenager.
China recently announced the details of its first Martian probe, which consists of a lander and a rover. The probe is currently open for public naming suggestions.
China released images of its proposed Mars Rover set to leave for the red planet in mid-2020.
A new stunning 360-degree video of Mars was beamed back to Earth by NASA's Mars Curiosity Rover.
NASA released the "Mars Rover" game in time for Mars Curiosity Rover anniversary.