Elon Musk is not satisfied with NASA's $19 billion 2018 budget. He says it is not enough to push projects geared towards colonizing Mars.
Two visible breaks were discovered in one of Mars Curiosity Rover's wheels. The wheels are already showing signs of wear and tear from traversing the unforgiving Martian terrain.
SpaceX is working with NASA in identifying potential landing sites on Mars. The difficult part is that the region has to have both ice and enough sunlight.
Mankind's dream of going to Mars is now closer to reality with the help of the United States. U.S. President Donald Trump has just signed a new bill funding NASA's mission to bring humans to the Red Planet.
New theory suggests that the Mars' moon Phobos might actually collapse one day and form set of rings around the red planet.
Arsia Mons met its end in the same era dinosaurs ceased to walk the Earth.
Former astronaut and moon voyager Buzz Aldrin takes the world into a virtual reality tour of Mars. He wanted his film to help NASA focus on one grand plan to build a permanent settlement on the red planet.
NASA's Valkyrie humanoid prepares for its upcoming testing where it will be placed in an environment mimicking Mars. The R5 successors will be the first robots to be sent to the red planet.
Lockheed Martin unveiled its Mars Base Camp concept that is capable of housing six astronauts bound for the Red planet. The base camp will be integrated with the Orion capsules.
If you are looking for a new destination for your Friday beer nights, why not the Red Planet? That's right, Mars is becoming the destination in mind of some giants in the industry, including Budweiser and CASIS.
Congress passed NASA Authorization Act of 2017 giving NASA $19.5 billion budget for deep space exploration adn Mars missions.
Potatoes may actually be the first kind of food to be grown on Mars, according to a recent study by a NASA scientist.
A magnetic field to protect Mars could make it more viable to host life or at least the crew for future missions. This is the concept that NASA presented during the Planetary Science Vision 2050 workshop.
NASA is studying whirlwinds on Mars that were captured by Curiosity rover. These winds are capable of transporting dust thus affecting the planet's landscape.